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BUREAU OF STATE SERVICES 



CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR F.Y. 1961-1966, INCL 



Research Documentation Section 

Statistics and Analysis Branch 

Division of Research Grants 

National Institutes of Health 

Bethesda, Md. 



INTRODUCTION 



This bibliography, listed numerically by grant number, is 
the BSS portion of a six-year cumulative bibliography of PHS 
grantee publications. It was compiled from data cards which 
were used to prepare the bibliographic lists contained in the 
six annual issues of the Research Grants Index (1961-1966). 
Two changes in the format of the RGI during 1961-1966 account 
for the margin variations in this publication. 

The bibliographic list includes names of principal 
investigators of all BSS research grants which appeared in the 
f.y. 1961-1965 RGI editions, even though some of the grants had 
no publications; but the names of investigators who were awarded 
new grants in f.y. 1966 but had no publications are not included. 
In instances where the principal investigator changed during the 
project period, only the name of the most recent investigator is 
shown. 

An alphabetical listing of the BSS grantees is appended to 
the bibliography, and a list of grantees for all Institutes/ 
Divisions for the same period is attached. 

Extra copies of this bibliography, as well as the separate 
listings for other PHS Institutes/Divisions, are available in 
limited number from the Research Documentation Section, SAB/DRG. 



GLOSSARY 

Abbreviations for Institutes/Divisions and Study Sections/Committees 
in use during the period f.y. 1961-1966. 

Institute/Division Abbreviation 

National Institutes of Health . 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases , . E, AI, AIP — ' 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases .A, AM, AMP 

Cancer , C, CA, CAP, CY, CYP 

Child Health and Human Development HD 

Dental D, DE, DEP 

General Medical Sciences G, GM, GMP 

" " " - Translation (1961 only) . . . . T 

Heart H, HE, HEP 

Mental Health M, 3M, MH, MHP, MY, MYP 

Neurological Diseases and Blindness B, NB, NBP 

Office of International Research RF, TW 

Research Facilities and Resources FR 

Clinical Research Centers (1962 only) . . OG 

General Research Support (1962 only) GS 

Community Health, Bureau of State Services _' 

Accident Prevention AC 

Chronic Diseases CD 

Communicable Disease Center CC 

Community Health Services CH 

Dental Health DH 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HM 

Hospital Research Facilities (NIH support, 1961-1962). W 

Nursing NU 

Nursing (NIH support, 1961-1962) GN 

2/ 

Environmental Health, Bureau of State Services — 

Air Pollution AP 

Air Pollution (NIH support, 1961) S 

Environmental Engineering and Food Protection EF 

Environmental Health Sciences . ES 

Occupational Health OH 

Office of Solid Wastes SW 

Radiological Health RH 

3/ Water Supply and Pollution Control WP 

Water Pollution (NIH support, 1961) K 

1/ The letter "P" after an Institute/Division abbreviation indicates a 
program grant (except AP and WP) . 

2/ Prior to the recent reorganization of the Public Health Service. 

3/ On Dec. 31, 1965 the Division of Water Supply & Pollution Control was 

made a separate Administration of DHEW, and on May 10, 1966, by virtue of 
the 1966 reorganization Plan No. 2, the Wat* r Pollution Control Administra- 
tion was transferred to the Dept. of the Interior. F.y. 1966 awards 
administered 'ne'er tbis activity are included in this publication even 
though these programs were not under the PH3 for the entire fiscal year. 

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Study Section/Committee Abbreviation 

Accident Prevention Research Ace Prev, APR 

Allergy and Immunology . . . . . A&I, AI 

Allergy and Immunology Program-Project Committee .... AIP 

Allergy and Immunology Training Committee . AITC 

Allergy and Infectious Diseases Training Committee . . . AID 

Applied Physiology AFY 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Program- Project 

Committee AMP 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Research Career 

Award Program-Project Committee . AMK 

Arthritis and Metabolic Diseases Training Committee . . AMTC, ARTH 

Bacteriology and Mycology B&M, BM 

Behavioral Sciences BS 

Behavioral Sciences Fellowship Panel BEH 

Biochemistry BIO 

Biological Training Committee BTC 

Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry BBC 

Cancer Chemotherapy CY 

Cancer Program-Project Committee . CAP 

Cancer Training Committee CTC 

Cardiovascular ; Cardio, CV 

Cell Biology CB 

Chemotherapy , CY 

Child Health and Human Development Program-Project 

Committee HDP 

Clinical Research Centers CLR, CRC 

Clinical Research Center Program- Project Committee, 

General GMC 

Communicative Disorder Research- Training Committee . . . CDR 

Communicative Sciences , CMS 

Computers in Research COM 

Construction Review Committee . . CRC 

Dental . .• DEN 

Dental Program- Project Committee DEP 

Dentail Training Committee DTC, DTL 

Dermatology Review Committee DER 

Endocrinology Endo, END 

Environmental Sciences and Engineering ESE 

Environmental Sciences Review Committee ERT 

Epidemiology and Disease Control DC 

Experimental Psychology EXP Psy, EP 

General Medical Research Program-Project Committee . . . GMP 

General Medicine GM 

General Research Support „ GRS 

Genetics GEN 

Health Science Engineering and Biotechnology, Advisory 

Committee on SPR 

Health Services Research HSR 

Heart Program-Project Committee „ . . . HEP 

Heart Training Committee HTC 

Hematology Hema, HEM 

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Study Sect ion/Commit tee Abbreviation 

History of Life Sciences (formerly History of Medicine) . HistMed, HM 

Hospital and Medical Facilities HMF 

Human Ecology HUM Ec, HUE 

Human Embryology and Development HED 

International Centers, Committee on CIC 

International Fellowships Review Committee IFRC 

International Fellowships Review Panel IFRP 

Medical Libraries Facilities & Resources, Committee on . LFR 

Medicinal Chemistry MC 

Mental Health MH 

Mental Health Project Grants Review Committee MHPG, MHP, MPG, MPGA 

Mental Health Research Career Award Training Committee . MHK 

Mental Health Selection Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Small Grants MSM 

Mental Health Special Committee MHSC 

Mental Health Training Committee MTC 

Metabolism MET 

Microbiology Training Committee MIC 

Neurological Sciences Research Training Committee .... NSR 

Neurology Neuro, NEU 

Neurology and Blindness Program-Project Committee .... NBP 

Neurology Field Investigations NFI 

Nursing Research NR 

Nutrition Nutr, NTN 

Pathology PATH 

Perinatal Review Committee PNL 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics PET 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Committee PTR 

Physiological Chemistry Phys Ch, PC 

Physiology ' Physio, PHY 

Primate Cells, Advisory Committee on PME 

Primate Research Prim Res, PR 

Primate Research Centers, Advisory Committee on PME 

Psychopharmacology PMY 

Radiation RAD 

Research Career Award Training Committee ... RCA 

Scientific Publications ..... CSP 

Sensory Diseases SD 

Special Program-Project Committee SPP 

Special Resource Centers SPR 

Surgery . SURG 

Toxicology TOX 

Translation Review Committee TRC 

Tropical Medicine and Parasitology TMP 

Virology and Rickettsiology V&R, VR 

Visual Sciences VIS 

Miscellaneous 

Ad Hoc Review AHR 

No Study Section NSS 

Special Review (Institute Review) SRC 

Special Study Section SSS 



BUREAU OF STATE SERVICES 
CUMULATIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY f.y. 1961 - 1966 

COMMUNITY HEALTH 



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PREVENTION 

AP MANHEIMER, DEAN I., Cal. Dept. Pub. Hlth., 

Berkeley, Cal. Epidemiology of child- 
hood accidents 
APR KRAFT, M.A., Flight Safety Fdn., N.Y.C. 
Aviation crash injury research 
Aerospace Med 33:50, Jan 62. Tie-down 

effectiveness in lightplane accidents. 
Arch Environ Health 3:514, Nov 61. Impact- 
injury relationships in lightplane accidents. 
Accident-Injury Prevention, Aviation Safety Eng 

Res, Phoenix, Ariz, Rep No 64-1, Mar 64. 
Handbook for Aircraft Accident Investigators , 
Aviation Crash Injury Research, Phoenix, 
Arizona, Apr 62 
J Eng Psychol 3, (No 1):23, Jan 64. Judgment 
of volume reduction in distorted metal container. 
Aerospace Med 35, (No 5):472, May 64. Injury reduction 

trends in agricultural aviation. 
APR SHUMATE, R.P. , Col. Arts. Sci., Indiana 

U., Bloomington Enforcement effect 

on traffic accident generation 
APR BALDWIN, H.A., Bionics Lab., Tucson, Ariz. 
Automotive accident instrumentation 
study 
APR KNAPP, LAFAYETTE W., Jr., Col. Med., State 
Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa The 
epidemiology of tractor power take-off accidents 
APR CASE, HARRY W., Sch. Eng., Univ. California, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Relationship 
between visual test scores and driving 
record 
APR BORKENSTEIN, R.F., Col. Arts. Sci., 

Indiana U. Fdn., Bloomington The role 

of the drinking driver in traffic accidents 
APR SHOBEN, E.J., Jr., Teachers Col., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Development 
of a criterion for driver behavior 
APR McCARROLL, JAMES R., Cornell Univ., N.Y.C. 
Field studies on accidental trauma and 
emergency care 
Acta Med Leg Soc Liege, (No 1), Jan 63. 
Controlled studies on automobile accidents 
in New York City. 
Highway Res Bd, Bull 330, 62. Driver charac- 
teristics. 
J Chron Dis 14:655, Dec 61. Characteristics 

of fatally iniured pedestrians. 
JAMA 180:127, Apr 62. Fatal pedestrian 

automotive accidents. 
New York J Med 62:2793, Sep 62. Tetanus 

in New York Citv. 
Pub Health Rep 78, (No 9), Sep 63. Pedes- 
trian automotive accidents. 
Arch Path 80:630, Dec 65. Fat embolism in trauma. 
Ghana Med J 3:56, Jun 64. The physician's role in accident 

prevention. 
GP 32:120, Dec 65. The prevention of tetanus. 
J Trauma 4:832, Nov 64. Concealed hemorrhage due to pelvic 

fracture. 
J Trauma 5:421, May 65. The pathology of pedestrian auto- 
motive accident victims. 
JAMA 188:625, May 64. Current status of tetanus control: 

Importance of human tetanus-immune globulin. 
Proc 1st Congr Int Assn Accident Traffic Med, Rome Apr 63. 
Modification of automotive design as a means of prevention 
of injury by automobile. 
APR FORNEY, ROBERT B., Sch. Med., Indiana Univ., 
Bloomington, Ind. Driving behavior as 
affected by alcohol 
Arch Int Pharmacodyn 142:237, 63. Be- 
havioral effects on the rat of benzquinamide 
and benzquinamide-alcohol combinations. 
Experientia 18:468, 62. The comparative 
enhancement of the depressant action of 
alcohol by eight representative ataractic and 
analgesic drugs. 
Fed Proc 22:568, 63. Effect of tranquilizers 
and stress on plasma free fatty acids in rats. 
J Psychol 55:25, 63. Performance in human 
subjects under delayed auditory feedback after 
alcohol, a tranquilizer (Benzquinamide) or 
benzquinamide alcohol combinations. 
Pharmacologist 4:156, 62. Effect of benzquina- 
mide (ouantril) on ethanol metabolism. 
Pharmacologist 5:253, 63. Effect of stress on 
plasma free fatty acids (FFA) in rats as 
modified by pretreatment with central nervous 
system (CNS) depressant and stimulants. 
Quart J Stud Alcohol 24:1, 63. Potentiation of 
ethanol-induced depression in dogs by repre- 
sentative ataractic and analgesic drugs. 



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J Psychol 57:431, 64. Meprobamate, ethanol 
or meprobamate-ethanol combinations on per- 
formance of human subjects under delayed 
audiofeedback (DAF). 

Arch Int Phai'maCodyn 150, (No 1-2):171, Jul 64. 
Effect of tranquilizers on the metabolism of 
ethanol. 

Plasma free fatty acids in rats after shock as 
modified by centrally active drugs. 
Percept Motor Skills 19:151, 64. Measurement of 

attentive motor performance after alcohol. 
PSyChopharmacologia 6:234, 64. DeXtro-amphe- 
tamine, ethanol and dextro-amphetamine- etha- 
nol combinations on performance of human sub- 
jects stressed with delayed auditory feedback 
_ (DAFK 

Quart J StuTAtwhol 25, (No 2) :205, Jun 64. 
Alcohol distribution in the vascular system. 
Concentration of orally administered alcohol 
in blood from various points in the vascular sys- 
tem, and in rebreathed air, during absorption. 
APR McGUIRE, FREDERICK L., Sch. Med., Univ. 
Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. The 
prediction of hiqhway accidents 
APR McBAIM, WILLIAM N., San Jose State Col., 
San Jose, Cal. Susceptibility 
to monotony as an accident predictor 
Personnel Admin 26:24, May-Jun 63. What can 
be done about iob monotonv ? 
APR ROCKWELL, THOMAS H., Sch. Eng., Ohio State 
Univ., Columbus, Ohio An investigation 

of variability in driving performance on 
the highway 
Automobllismo e Automobilismo Industriale, 
Nov-Dec 62. Development of an instrumenta- 
tion system to measure true drivinq performance. 
Traffic Safety Res Rev 7, (No 3), Sep 63. 
The development of an instrumentation system 
to measure true driving performance. 
APR THORNDIKE, ROBERT L., Teachers Col., 
Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. 
Driving and connotative meanings 
APR ALLEN, TERRANCE M., Michigan State Univ., 
East Lansing, Mich. Multivariate 
analysis of accident records 
APR HAHN, CLIFFORD P., American Inst. Res., 
Washington, D.C. Accident prevention 
through observation of drivers 
APR MANHEIMER, DEAN I., Cal. State Dept. Pub. 
Hlth., Berkeley, Cal. Factors affecting 
public acceptance of seat belts 
Family Res Ctr, Calif Dept Pub Health, Apr 65. Seat belts: 

Ownership and usage: Statistical supplement. 
Traffic Safety Res Rev 9:3, Mar 64. A survey of seat belt 

ownership in 6 California communities. 
SSS GADALLA, SAAD S., Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, 
Missouri. Human factors related to farm 
accidents in Missouri. 
Res Bull 790 Univ Missouri, Jan 62. Environ- 
mental factors associated with farm and farm 
home accidents in Missouri. 
APR WOLF, R., Cornell U., Ithaca, N.Y. 
Automotive crash injury research 
ACIR Bull 2:3, Aug 62. Abstracts of all ACIR 

research studies 1954 to June 1962. 
ACIR Cornell Univ, Jun 62. Leading causes of 

injury in automobile accidents. 
J Trauma 2:220, May 62. The seat belt syn- 
drome . 
APR BISSELL, D.M., San Jose City Hlth. Dept., 

California Childhood accidental 

poisoning — A community studv 
APR MOSELEY, A.L., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 
Research on fatal highway collisions 
Harvard Med Bull, Christmas 61. Death by 

drivinq. 
Proc 5th Stapp Auto Crash Conf, Sep 61. 

Varieties of automobile death. 
Traffic Safety 8. Sep 61. Last crucial moment. 
APR BARCH, A.M., Michigan State U., East Lansing 

Skill decrement in continuous driving 
APR SNIVELY, GEORGE G., Snell Mem. Fdn., 
Sacramento, Cal. Impact attenuation 
in protection against concussion 
NFPA Firemen Mag, Feb 62. Evaluation of 

firemen's helmets. 
Proc Fifth Stapp Auto Crash Field Demonstra- 
tion Conf 182, Sep 61. Evaluation and design 
criteria of protective headgear. 
GP 20, (No 4) :106, Oct 64. Football injuries 
and helmet design. 
GP 30:106. Oct 64. Football iniuries and helmet design. 



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AC-00057 
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APR ROBERTS, VERNE L., Col, Eng., Wayne State 
Univ., Detroit, Mich. Effects of 
acceleration on the human skeleton 
J Appl Physiol 17, (No 3), May 62. 
Acceleration-induced strains in the 
intact vertebral column. 
Proc 32nd Ann Forum Aerospace Med Assn, Apr 

61. The dynamics of human response to accele- 
Proc 5th Stapp Automotive Crash and Field 
Demonstration Conference, 171, Sep 61. 
inluries to the vertebrae. 
Proc 5th Stapp Automotive Crash and Field 
Demon Conf, 62. Caudo-cephalad static 
and dynamic injuries to the vertebrae. 
Exp Mechanics p. 19A, Mar 66. Strain gage techniques in 

biomechanics. 
Proc 19th Eng Med Bioi Ann Conf, Nov 65. Radiological 

studies of organ displacement due to impact. 
Proc 9th Stapp Car Crash Conf, p. 1, Oct 65. Blunt trauma to 

the thorax-mechanism of vascular injuries. 
APR SPICER, R.A., State Dept. Hfth., Honolulu, 
Hawaii Human factors 

in traffic accidents 
APR SCHLESINGER, E.R., Health Research, Inc., 
Albany Rockland County Child Injury 

Prev ention Project __^^_ 

Am J 015 Ctlild lt?7r6187"Jun 64. MetftSSfiFaT- 
tended Injuries among young children. Obser- 
vations In a suburban area. 
SSS MATHEWSON, J.rf., U. California, Los Angeles 

Transportation human factors— Part I 
Physical forces 
SSS JACOBS, HERBERT H., Public Service Res. Inst., 
Stamford, Conn. Relating driver education 
to accident-avoiding behavior. 
Highway Res Board Proc 40:513, 61. Lack- 
land accident countermeasure experiment. 
Research Review 6:9, Mar 62. Impact of driver 

training on motor fleet accidents. 
Social Problems 8:329, Spring 61. Research 

problems in accident orevention. 
Traffic Safety Res Rev 6:9, 62. impact of 
driver training on motor fleet accident experi- 
ence. 
Traffic Safety Res Rev 6:25, Jun 62. Field 
evaluation of Smith-Cummings-Sherman 
driver performance rating scale. 



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APR 



APR 



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AC-00066 
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Behavioral Approaches to Accident Peaearch , 
Assn for Aid of Crippled Children, N 



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ew York, 



MATHEWSON, J.H., U. California, Los Angeles 
Automobile collision injury experiments — 
Side-impacts 
ITTE, Univ California, 112, Mar 62. Auto- 
mobile side-impact collisions, series II. 
MALFETTI, J.L., Teachers Col., Columbia Univ., 
N.Y.C. Measuring teacher effectiveness in 
driver education 
Teachers Coll, Columbia Univ NY, 63. The 
effectiveness of teacher performance in behind- 
the-wheel instruction in driver education. 
SCHLESINGER, LAWRENCE E., 
George Washington Univ., Wash., D.C. Group 
dynamic study of driver attitudes and driving 
behavior 
ADEA News Views, Nov 62. Role-exchange— 
A social attitude approach to driver education. 
CALDEA Calendar, Jan 63. Programmed instruc- 
tion for driver education. 
Police Chief, Sep 62. How are we devising 

programmed driver instruction? 
Police p. 53, Mar-Apr 63. Portable low-cost 

clinic for traffic violators. 
Traffic Digest Rev, Sep 62. Programed teaching: 

An aid to driver education. 
Traffic Dig Rev p. 9, May 63. Driver improve- 
ment clinic induces attitude change by group 
discussion. 
Traffic Quart, Oct 62. Perceptual defense and 

vigilance and driving safety. 
News & Views. Am Driver Educ Assn, Pub, 

Washington, D. C. 2, No. 3. Nov 62. 
Hum Factors, Feb 65. Systems analysts of 

driving simulation. 
Proc Nat Safety Counc, Oct 64. Objectives, 

methods, and criterion tests in driver education. 
Safety Educ, Jan 65. A new approach to driver 
education: Programmed learning. 
KOVACIC, CHARLES R., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. Protective materials 
and athletic Injury prevention 
STOVER, ROBERT E., Inst. Research, State 
College, Pa. An investigation of driver 
decisions in highway accidents 
RYAN, JAMES J., Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minnesota Safety devices for automotive 

vehicles 
Aerospace Med 33:167, Feb 62. Human 
crash deceleration tests on seat-belts. 



Proc 5th Stapp Auto Crash Fl*ld Demon Conf 48, 

Seo 61. Reduction in crash forces. 
Traffic Safety, Jun 62. Mechanical reduction 
of impact forces bv automotive design. 
AC-00072 SSS ABERCROMBIE, SA, Natl. Educ. Assn., 

Washington, D.C". Pilot study 

of school-age accidents and education 
Research Review 6:2, 62. Classifying acci- 
dents: A theoretical viewpoint. 
AC-00073 APR CASE, HARRY W., Sch. Eng., Univ. California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Automobile accident 
and injury prevention 
Proc 5th Ann Stapp Conf, Univ Minnesota, 
Continuation Center, Sep 61. Engineered 
collisions. 
Proc Soc Automotive Engineers Nat Automobile 
Week Session, Detroit, Mich, 62. intersec- 
tion collisions. Series II. 
Spec Rep Inst Transportation Traffic Engineering, 
Univ California, Nov 62. A review of state of 
knowledge and research concerning laminated_ 
and tempered safetv glass In motor vehicles. 
Proc Nat Automobile Mtg Soc Automotive Engi- 
neers, Detroit, Mich, Mar 63. A new labora- 
tory device for passenger car safety studies. 
Proc Soc Automotive Engineers Automotive 
Engineer Conor, Detroit, Mich., Jan 64. 
Accidental motorist ejection and door-latchine 
Proc Soc Automotive Engineer Congr, Detroit, 
Mich, Jan 64. Human simulation for automotive 
research. 
Proc Soc Automotive Engineer Automotive 
Engineer Congr, Detroit, Mich, Jan 64. 
The single-car accident problem, 
systems . 
Proc Am Soc Mechanical Engineer, New York, 

Nov-Dec 64. Anthropometric dummies. 
Traffic Safety, p. 99, Dec 64. Automotive side- 
impact collisions. 
AC-0TO80 COM SHUMATE, ROBERT P., Col. Arts, Scl., 

Indiana Univ., Bloomlngton, Ind. The 
simulation of traffic flow on a digital 
computer 
AC-00087 APR TIFFIN, JOSEPH, Purdue Res. Fdn., Lafayette, 

Ind. The effect of glare on simulated 
night driving 
Percept Motor Skills 17:399, 63. Effect of 
low blood-alcohol concentrations in simulated 
day and night driving. 
AC-00092 APR GALIPAULT, JOHN B„ Sch. Aviation, Ohio 

state Univ., Columbus, Ohio Man- 
machine compatibility in the very 
low-altitude flight regime 
Rep No 1454-1, Engr Exp Sta, Ohio Univ, 63. 
A model for studying man-machine system per- 
formance during very low altitude flight. 
Aerial Applicator 2, (No 4) :4, Apr 64. Project 

leapfrog. 
Aerial Applicator 2, (No 5):4, May 64. Effects 

of C. G. position on performance. 
Aerial Applicator 2, (No 6) :4, Jun 64. Factors 

determining aircraft pitch rate. 
Aerial Applicator 2, (No 8):12, Aug 64. The 
combined factors on obstruction avoidance. 
AC-00099 APR WICKSTROM,JACKX., Sch. Med., Tulane Univ., 

New Orleans, La. Experimental studies 
of acceleration injuries 
AC-00101 SPP WOLF, ROBERT A., Cornell Aeronautical Lab., 

Buffalo, New York Automotive crash 
injury research 
ACIR Bull No 3, Oct 62. Seat belts in conver- 
tible car accidents 7 
ACIR Bull No 4, Mar 63. Ocular-orbital injuries 

in automobile accidents. 
ACIR Bull No 5, May 63. A review of automo- 
bile seat belt installation trends and a survey 
of New Jersey experience. 
ACIR Rep No VJ-1823-RI, May 63. Analysis of 
the dynamics of automotive passenger restraint 
systems. 

Auto Crash Injury Res, Cornell Aeronaut Lab, 
Dec 62. Annual summary tabulations. 

Auto Crash injury Res, Cornell Aeronaut Lab, 
RepNoVJ-1823-Rl, May 63. Analysis of dy- 
namics of automotive na<;*pnaf>r rpcrraint cvQr*»m« 

Auto Crash Injury Res, Cornell Aeronaut Lab, 
Rep No VJ-1823-R2, Aug 63. Study of injuries 
related to padding on instrument panels. 

ACIR Bull (No 6), Feb 64. Automobile fire in 
connection with an accident. 

Proc 7th Staop Car Crash Conf, Playa del Rey, 
Calif, Nov 63. Seat belt effectiveness in the 
non-ejection situation. 

A Study nf Seat Belts in Wisconsin Automobile 
Accidents, CAL Rep No VJ-1823-R3, Sep 
63. 

Traffic Accidents Involving Guard Rails . CAL 
Rep No VJ-1823-R5, Dec 63! 
AC-00106 COM LEVY, SHELDON L., Midwest Res. Inst., 

Kansas City, Mo. Study of traffic 
phenomena through digital simulation 



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APR HUELf-i. DONALD F., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Causes of 
death In automobile accidents 
Proc 6th Stapp Conf, Unlv Minnesota, 63. 

Automobile safety in the medical cirriculum. 
Proc 6th Stapp Conf, Unlv Minnesota, 63. 
Patterns of in.-.:ry in automobile accidents: 
A review of 235 autopsy cases. 
J Michigan M.»d Soc 63:351, May 64. Causes 
of deaths in automobile accidents. Can seat 
belts reall> save lives? 
Proc 6th Stnap Car Crash Conf, Holloman Air 
Force Base, New Mexico, Nov 62. Automobile 
safety in the medical curriculum 
P-oc 6 thSiaDD Car Crash and Field Demonstration 
Conf, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, 
Nov 62 Patterns of injury in fatal automobile 
accidents. 
Proc Ar.; Assn Auto Med, Louisville, Kentucky, Oct 64. 

Facial injuries in automobile accidents. 
Proc 8th Stapp Car Crash Conf, Detroit, Mich, Oct 64. In- 
juries and deaths from windshield and instrument panel 
impacts. 
Proc 9th Stupn Ca- Cr.-ish Conf, Minneapolis, Minn, Oct 65. 

Federal and state standards For automotive design. 
Proc 9th Stapp Cai Crash Conf, Minneapolis, Miss, Oct 65. 
Pathogenesis ot fata! injuries to rear seat occupants of 
automobiles. 
TOX VIFTTT!, 1 ERESA J., Sen. Ivied., Washington 
Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Investigation 
of lead intoxication in cnildren 
APR GUILFORD, JOAN S „ Am. Inst. Res... Los 
Angeles, Cal. Driver tests as a 
means of accident reduction 
Am Inst Res, Mar b'i. A preliminary study to 
Driver tests as a means of accident reduction. 
APR GREENBERG, HAROLD, Col. Eng., New York 
Univ., N.Y.C. Measuring road differences 
TOX MASON.. M.F . Southwestern Med. Sch., U. Texas, 
Dallas F> it International Congress of 
Toxicology 
APR SCOTT, BY., M.Y. State Dent. Motor Vehicles, 
Albany, N.Y. Effect of group sessions 
in chanaing driver attitudes 
APR 84LKANY, A.F., Washington State Dept. Hlth., 
Olymoia Role ?xpectations as related 

to childhood accidents 
APR WIENER, EARL L., Sch. Eng., Univ. Miami, 

Coral Gabiei, Fla. The effect of timesharing 
on monitoring performance 
Hum Factors n. 179, Apr 64. The performance of 

multi-rr.an monitoring teams. 
Percept Motc-rSkillS 19^357^647" Effect Of time - 
sharing tin monitoring performance- Simple men* 
tal arithmetic as a loading task. 
Percept Motor Skills 18:104, 64. Transfer of 
training in monitcring: Signal amplitude. 
Economics 7453, 64. Multiple channel monitoring. 
Percept Mot.ir Skills 21:887, 65. Tables of the function 1- 

(l-p)N. 
APR TJ1JAM, GEORGE N., Villanova Univ., 
Villanova, Pa. Safety shielding in 
university chemical laboratories 
Proc 41st Pennsylvania, Acad Sci Ann Mtg, Apr 65. Safety 

shielding in the academic iaboratorv. 
APR POWERS, RICHARD D., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Compre- 
hensibility of pesticide labels 
Agric Chem Jul 65. Do farmers really comprehend all terms on 

Desticide labels? 
Am Assn Agric Coll Editors, Seo-Oct 65. Your words are 

showing. 
SSS R0Z£, JANIS A., American Museum of Natural 

History, New York, N.Y. Monograahic 
study of new world venomous coral snakes 
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AC-00157 APR CASE, HARRY W„ Univ. California, Los Angeles, 

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Plan, Jan "557" ' 

AC -00162 APR EHRL1CH, i. ROBERT, Stevens Inst. 

Technology, Hoboken, N.J. On the 
lateral stability of tractor trailers 
AC-00165 APR BARTZ, ALBERT E., Concordia Col., Moorhead, 

Minn. Mechanisms of eyf and head 
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AC-00168 APR NAHUM, ALAN M., Sch. Med., UCLA Center for 

HI tii. Sciences, Los Angeles, Cal. 
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automobile collisions 
AC-00169 APR KAESTNER. NOEL F., State Dept, of Motor 

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AC-00172 APR EDWARDS, DOROTHY S.< American Inst. Res., 

Silver Spring, Md. Effects of self 
perceotion on driving behaviors 
AC-00180 PET GENNARO, JOSEPH F., Jr., Col, Med., 

Univ. Louisville, Louisville, Ky. 
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snake envenomatlon 
AC-00183 APR McFARLAND, ROSS A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 

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AC-00184 TOX KAYE, SIDNEY, Sch. Med., Univ. Puerto 

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tion of blood-alcohol in man 
4C-0O185 TOX KIRK, PAUL L., Sch. Criminology, Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. System- 
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Bull Narcotics Vol 17, (No 2), Apr-Jun 65. Some statistical 
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analysis of pesticides from blood. 
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AC -00186 VIS ALLEN, MERRILL J., Col. Arts, Sci., 

Indiana Univ., Bloomington, Ind. 
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AC -00188 APR HEIMSTRA, NORMAN W., Grad. Sch., State 

Univ. South Dakota, Vermillion, 5.D. 
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Univ., N.Y.C. Biomechanical and 
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Univ., New York, N.Y. Judgment of 
imoending harard 
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AC-00224 APR GUTSHALL, ROBERT W., Lansing Public Schools, 

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following studied by simulation 

AC-00237 APR WIENER, EARL L.,Sch. Eng., Univ. 

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CC-00002 BM SLACK, JOHN M., West Virginia Univ. Med. Cr., 

Morgantown, West Va. Immunological studies 
with Nocardia asteroides 
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ASM Newsletter 31:27, 65. Rupture of Leptospira pomona 
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explosive decompression. 
CC-00004 TMP IRONS, JESSE V., Texas State Dept. Hlth., 

Austin, Texas Studies on arthropod- 
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Texas J Med 60:868, 64. Encephalitis reports 
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CC-00005 BM EGEBERG, ROGER 0., Sch. Med., Univ. So. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Ecology 
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CC-00006 HUE CHAPMAN, JOHN $., Southwestern Med. Sch., 

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CC-00008 TMP ROTH, EARL E., Agr., Mechanical Col., 

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striped skunks. 
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N.Y. , Albany, N.Y. Streptococcal infections 
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Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser 63:252, 63 . 
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Excerpta Med Int Congr Ser 63:325, 63 . 
Vaccination of children with varying dilutions 
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Proc Danish Tuberculosis Index, Feb-Mar 63 . 
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Bull Int Un I'uberc 35:349, ?ep 64. Morbidity of 
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from bovine and human sources. 

Bull WHO 30:609, 64. Epidemiological basis 
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tuberculosis morbidity and mortality. 
CC-00017 TMP SASA, MANABU, Univ. Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 

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Bull WHO 28:437, 63. Pilot experiments in 
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Jap J Exp Med 33:1, 63 . Biological and taxo- 
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Jap J Exp Med 33:41, 63 . A record of black- 
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Jap J Exp Med 33:47, 63 . Studies on epid- 
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surveys in the Amami Islands, South Japan. 

Jap J Exp Med 33:69, 63 . Insecticide resist- 
ance in flies, mosquitoes and cockroaches in 
Japan evaluated by topical application tests, 
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levels of the insects . 

Jap J Parasit 12:82, 63. The epidemiological 
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Jap J Parasit 12:191, 63 . Quantitative obser- 
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the cotton rat filaria, Litomosoides carinii, by 
its intermediate host, Ornithonyssus bacoti . 

Jap J Parasit 12:390, 63. Comparative studies 
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Jap J Pub Health 10:319, 63 . The control of 
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human carriers . 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:1, 63 . A comparative 
study on the adult characters of some labora- 
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southern and eastern Japan. 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:7, 63. Laboratory experi- 
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conditions on the growth of larvae of the mos- 
quito, Culex pipiens, s.l. 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:37, 63. On release of 
toxicants from Baytex granules into water and 
its effect on mosquito larvae. 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:43, 63 . Effect of Baytex 
granules on larval Culex pipiens in ditches and 
artificial containers . 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:89. 63 . Examination on 
insecticide susceptibility in several species of 
larval and adult mosquitoes in Japan in 1962. 

Jap J Sanit Zool 14:143, 63 . A comparative 
study on the larval characters of some labora- 
tory colonies of Culex pipiens s.l. from 
southern and northern Japan . 

Jap-J-Exp Med"33:2T3,-63-. Studfes on-epTd^mToti- 
ogy and control of filariasis: Observations on 
the carriers of Wuchereria bancrofti in the Amami 
Islands with special reference to the effects anjd 
side-reactions of diethylcarbamazine. 

Jap JExp"Med34rl7, 64. Frequency distribution 
of the microfilaria! densities of people in en- 
demic areas of bancroftian filariasis in the Amami 
Island, south Japan. 

Jap J Exp Wled 34789; 647" OTservatTdns" WT fie 
bionomics of mosquitoes in Amami and Tokyo 
areas by indoor human bait collections with 
special reference to their nocturnal biting 
rhythm. 

Jap-J -PafasTT13-:4487-64.^M7crbfilanarsurveys- 
of immigrants from the Amami and the Ryukyu 
Islands and the possibility of filarial trans- 
mission in urban areas. 

Jap 3 t5aTnrZootT47a52,"6r^On-mtracnvehess 
of some amino-acids and their decomposed 
products for the mosquitoes, Culex pipiens 
pallens. 

JapJ-Sa-hff ZooT 147T9r,~63.- Comparative stu-6Teis 
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Jap J Sanit Zool 15:36, M. Effect of density of 
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Boston, Mass. Study of arbovirus 
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activity cycles of Culiseta melanura (Coquil- 
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passerine birds in a wooded swamp in south- 
eastern Massachusetts. 
Audubon Bull 49, (No 4) :212, 65. Operation recovery at 

Duxbury Beach, Mass. 
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New Haven, Conn. Studies in serological 
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Am ;TrTy"g~8tr, fNo"37l286, Nov 64V A nationwide 
serum survey of United States military recruits ( 
1962. I. General considerations. 
AmTj "rTyg'80, TNo37T293,~Nov 64.~A nationwide 
serum survey of United States military recruits, 
1962. II. Poliovirus antibody levels. 
AfrrJHyg~80, tNo"3TT304, Nov 64: A hafldnw ide" 
serum survey of United States military recruits, 
1962. III. Measles and mumps antibodies. 
Aril J Hyg SO, (No 37:308, 64. A nationwide ~ 
serum survey of United States military recruits^ 
1962. IV. Arbovirus antibodies. 
Mllit Med" 130," (No I) :1, Jan 65: A nationwide 
serum survey of U. S. recruits in the three Arm£d 
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VR HOFFERT WARREN R., Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 

Coral Gables, Fla. Enterovirus in 
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Trenton, N.J. A study of illness and its 
relation to sewaqe viruses 
VR NELSON, DONALD B., Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, 

Wis. Enterovirus infections in a student 
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VR GIEDT, WALVIN R., Wash. State Dept. Hlth., 

Olympia, Wash. Serologic survey of 
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Am J Vet Res 25, (No 106):704, 64. Vaccination 
of beef calves before weaning with bovine para- 
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Am J Vet Res 25, CNo 1071:1021, 64. Isolation 
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J Parasil 50 (SuppDr357 64. Overwinter 
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J Parasit 50(Suppl):50, 64. Vector efficiency of 
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Science 143:1464, 64. Zoonoses. 

Univ fltinois Agf^xp Sta Forestry NotrTNo 108, 
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determining potential evapotranspiration. 

Univ Illinois Agr Exp^Sta Forestry Note No 110, 
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Vet Med Smalf AhTrrTClin 59, (No 3):303, 64. 
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CC-00038 TOX FUKUTO, T. ROY, Col. Agr., Univ. California, 

Riverside, Cal. Chemistry and mode of 
action of insecticides 

J Econ Entom 56, (No 6):808, Dec 63. 

Structure and insecticidal activity of alkyl 2,4, 
5-trichlorophenyl N-alkylphosphoramidates. 

J Econ Entom 56, (No 6):862, Dec 63. 
Carbamate insecticides: Multisubstituted 
chloro-and methyl-phenyl N -methyl carbamates. 

J Econ Entom 57, (No 1):10, Feb 64. Carbamate 
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Bull WHO 29:219, 63. Chemical and biological 
behaviour of fenthion residues. 

Ann Rev Entom 6:313, 61. The chemistry of 
orqanic insecticides. 

Bull WHO 24:670, 61. Toxicity of diisopropyl 1, 
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bull WHu 30:/l, 64. The comparative toxicity 
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J Agr Food Chem 12:228, 64. Insecticidal proper- 
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J~ Econ Entom 54:955, 61. The insecticidal prop-" 
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M~Ecdh Entom 55:34D, 62. Meta-sutfurpinta- 
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J~Econ Entom"55:"34T," 62. The" synerglsnfof sutf- 
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TTEcon ~Entom"55:345, tt. InsecticidarcarEamatss: 
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J*Ecbn"Entorn 55:887, 627 Insecticidal 'c'afbaiiiateX: 
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J Ecoh"EnTtim"57:53T, 64. Factors influencing 
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Jlns'ecT PnysioriDT353, 64 7 The effecfs"6T 
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CC-00039 TOX STEKNBURG, JAMES G., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Neurophysiology of 
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Ann Rev Entom 8:19, 63. Autointoxication and 
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CC-00040 TOX CASIDA, JOHN E., Sch. Agr., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Resistance 
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Augusta, Ga. Ecology of human 
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Am J Trop Med 13:716", 64. Isolation of Blasto- 
myces dermatitidis from natural sites at Augusta, 
Georgia. 
TMP SANDERSON, GLEN C, Univ. Illinois, Urbana, 
III. Disease control through vertebrate 
population control 
J Gen Microbiol 29:503, 62. A study of the 

negative staining process. 
J Wildlife Management 28, (No 1):35, Jan 64. 
Leptospiral reactor rates among white-tailed 
deer and livestock in Carroll County, Illinois. 
Trans Illinois Acad Sci 56, (NO 4):208, 63. 
Relationships between lens-weight, sex, and 
age in bobwhites. 
Am Midland Natur 73, (No 2):357, Apr 65. 
Notes on the ecology of Paspalum floridanum 
Michx. in Illinois. 
J Mammal 46, (No 1):100, Feb 65. Extension of 

the range of the cotton mouse in Arkansas. 
JWildlife Management 2T, (No 3)325, 63. Equip- 
ment and techniques for radio-tracking striped 
skunks. 
J Wildlife Management 29, (No I'M, Jan 65. 
Movements and activities of foxes as deter- 
mined by radio-tracking. 
PhD Thesis, Southern Illinois Univ, 65. The 
biology of the striped skunk. Mephitis mephitis 
(Schreber), and its role in the epizootiology of 
rabies in northwestern Illinois. 
Am Midland Natur 73, (No. 2):357, 65. Notes on the ecology 

of Paspalum floridanum Michx. in Illinois. 
J Wildlif'e Management 29 (No. 3):625, Jul 65. A wire ferret 

for use in studies of foxes and skunks. 
BM SMITH, RUSSELL E., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Uterine 
pathology studies using FA technique 
TMP SANDERSON, GLEN C, III. Natural History 
Survey., Urbana, Illinois Studies of 
white-tailed deer in spread of zoonoses 
BM WHITE, ARTHUR C, Med. Col. Georgia, 
Augusta, Ga. The quantitative 
staphylococcal carrier state 
Am J Med Sci 248:52, 64. The use of gentamicin as a nasal 

ointment. 
Antimicrob Agents Chemother, 1963: 667, 64. Increased infec- 
tion rates in heavy nasal carriers of coagulase-positlve 
staphylococci. 
Antimicrob Agents Chemother, 1963: 679, 64. The nasal 

reservoir as the source of extranasal staphylococci. 
Antimicrob Agents Chemother 1964:673, 65. Quantitative 
studies of antibodies against Jensen s antigen A in human 
sera. 
Antimicrob Agents Chemother 1965:91, 66. Staphylococcal 
antibodies and hypersensitivity to teichoic acids in man. 
Arch Intern Med 114:651, 64. Dissemination of staphylococci. 
Clin Res 12:38, 64. Depression of extranasal staphylococci 

by treatment of the nasal reservoir. 
Clin Res 12:64, 64. Agglutination-inhibition studies with 

staphylococcal antigens and latex particles. 
Clin Res 12:246, 64. Staphylococcal proteins. 
Ciin Res 14:57, 66. Increase in antibodies against staphylo- 
coccal type-specific antigens in patients with serious 
staphylococcal infections. 
Clin Res 14:59, 66. Selective activity of lysostaphin in 

vivo. 
Clin Res 14:89, 66. White cell lysosomal enzymes in the 
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CI in Res 14:94, 66. Release of white cell lysosomal enzymes 

by antibodies against staphylococcal teichoic acids. 
Clin Res 14:341, 66. Bacterial interference demonstrated by 

the selective activity of lysostaphin. 
Clin Res 14:341, 66. Release of white cell lysosomal enzymes 

by antibodies against staphylococcal teichoic acids. 
TOX RIDER, J. ALFRED, Franklin Hosp. Fdn., 
San Francisco, Cal. Tolerance of 
organic phosphates in man 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2T;-Mar-Apr 64. Studies on ffi* 

anticholinesterase effects of systox and 

methyl parathion in humans. 
Fed Proc Vol 24, (No. 2) Mar-Apr 65. Further studies on the 
anticholinesterase effect of systox and methyl parathion in 
humans . 
BM PRATHER, E. CHARLTON, Fla. State Bd. Hlth., 

Jacksonville, Fla. Epidemiology of 
unclassified mycobacterial infections 
Am Rev Resp Dis 85, (No 1), Jan 62. M. Fort- 

uitum: Its identification, incidence, and signi- 
ficance in Florida. 
Proc NTA Ann Mtg, Denver, Colorado, May 

63 . Preliminary observations of unclassified 

mycobacteria cultured from environmental 

sources . 
BM GRAY, MITCHELL L., Sch. Vet., Montana State 

Col., Bozeman, Mont. Serological typing 
of Listeria monocytogenes 
Acta Paediat 51:698, 62 . Listeria infection 

in the foetus and the new-born. A clinical, 

pathological and epidemiological study. 
Acta Path Microbiol Scand 55, (Suppl 55):154: 

244, 62 . Considerations on the serology of 

human listeriosis in Sweden. 
Arch Franc Pediat 19:773, 62 . Listerlose du 

nouveau-ne. Remarques sur la clinique et la 

prophylaxie. 
Arch Franc Pediat 19:1362, 62. Reflexions 

a propos de onze cas de listerioses neo- 

natales . 
Arkh Path 24:17, 62 . Listeriosis in newborn 

infants (morphological diagnosis). (In Russian) 
Arch Kinderheilk 166:47, 62 . Uber heilungs- 

moglichkeiten der fruhgeborenen-llsteriose. 
Bull Fed Gynec Obstet Franc 14:237, 62. La 

listerlose, point de vue de I 'obstetric ien. 
Bull Fed Gynec Obstet Franc 14:240, 62. 

Listeriosis: The pediatrician's viewpoint. 
Bull Fed Gynec Obstet Franc 14:432, 62. 

Quatre cas de listeriose neo-natale. 
Cesk Pediat 17:29, 62 . Detection of Listeria 

monocytogenes in the cerebrospinal fluid of a 

child, (in Czech.) 
Deutsch Gesundh 17:247, 62 . Eln bletrag zur 

schwangerschafts-listeriose . 
Cesk Pediat 17:922, 62 . Suppurative Listeria 

meningitis in children. (In Czech.) 
Deutsch Med Wschr 87:2533, 62 . Zur 

kenntnis der listeriose in der geburtshilfe. 
Deutsch Med Wschr 87:2682, 62. Listeriose- 

ha'ufung im raume bremen in den jahren 1960 

und 1961 . 
Geburtsh Frauenheilk 22:461, 62. Zum 

listeria-nachweis im zervixsekret. 
Gerburts Frauenheilk 22:1302, 62. Zur 

frange der konnatalen listeriose. 
Gynaecologia 153:102, 62. Congenital 

listeriosis. (In German) 
Helv Paediat Acta 17:56, 62 . Ein fail von 

geheilter konnataler listeriose. 
J Iowa Med Soc 52:192, 62. Listeriosis in 

the newborn. 
J Pediat 61:337, 62 . Listeria monocytogenes 

meningitis. 
Lancet 7254:484, 62 . Listeria monocytogenes 

meningitis in neonates . 
Lancet 7257:665, 62. Listeria monocytogenes 

meningitis in neo-nates . 
Material Sci Conf, Tomsk, p. 112, 62. Bac- 
teriological diagnosis of listeriosis of the 

newborn. (In Russian) 
Med J Aust 49:62, 62 . A fatal case of 

Listeria septicaemia and meningitis. 
Med J Aust 49:852, 62 . Premature labour and 

still birth resulting from antenatal infection with 

Listeria monocytogenes . 
Med Nederl T Geneesk 106:1948, 62 . Listeria 

monocytogenes, geisoleerd uit de conjunctivae 

van een pasgeborene en uit de vagina van de 

moder . 
Obstet Gynec 20:216, 62 . Congenital listerio- 
sis: Diagnosis from placental studies. 
Orv Hetil 103:2079, 62. Results obtained in 

the listeriosis screening test in an obstetrical 

ward. (In Hungarian) 
Pol Tyg Lek 34:1345, 62 . Congenital listerio- 
sis. (In Polish) 
Radiology 70:415, 62. Granulomatosis 

infantiseptica . 
Rev Chile Pediat 33:206, 62 . Granulomatosis 

infantiseptica (Listeriosis neonatal). Present- 

acion de un caso. 
Rev Hyg Med Soc 10:586, 62. Les 

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cance a' listeriosis <or the obstetrician. 
Zh Mikrcbiol 33, (Nc 9>:119, 62. On the 
method of bactericlcoit. examination in 
listeriosis o( the newborn 0<r Russian) 
Akush Glnek 33:57, 63 . On lister r>s, : s in new- 
born infants . (In Russian) 
Akush (iinek 39:127, 63 . A c;-se of hydrocepha- 
lus in a newborn infant caused by listeriosis. CC-00074 
(In Hussian) 
Am I Clin Path 40:151 . 63. A case of 
listeriosis of the newborn with llucrescent 
antibcr.'y histologic studies. 
Canad Med Assn J 88:549, 63. Listeria 
monocytogenes infection in metropolitan 
roronto: A cliniconaihologica! study . 
Clin Pediat ?., (No. 111:614, Nov 63. Pernatal 
infections due to listeria monocytogenes. Do 
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J Med Bordeaux 3 40:1139, 63. Reflections 
aproaos of il t:ases 0' neonatal listeriosis. 
(In French) 
J Cbstet Gyr.ec Brit Comm 70:481, 63. 

Listeria monocytogenes in abortion. 
Med Ann D C 32:175, 63 . A possible new sign 
in the recognition of listeriosis in the newborn. 
New York J Med 73:1822, 63 . Human 

listeriosis In Mew York State. 
Orv Hetil 104:1210, 63. The significance of 
listeriosis in the etiology of sponta.k-ous 
abortion. (In Hungarian) 
Pediatric 18:543, t2 . Apropos of 7 cases 
on neonatal listeriosis . Discussion of some 
current problems. 
Pol Tyg Lek 17:1345, 63. Two cases of 

congenital listeriosis. (In Polish) 
Southern Med J 56:372, 63 . Meningitis in new- 
horn infants due to Listeria monocytogenes . 
Z Kinderheilk 87:602, 63 . Contributions to 
neonatology (science of the newborn). IV. 
Clinical contribution to listeriosis in the 
nature and premature infant. (In German) 
Zbi G.ynec 85:457, 63 . The current importance 
of toxoplasmosis and listeriosis for practical 
cbstetrics . (In German) 
CC-00064 BM LIVC, ISRAEL, Sch. Vet. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Studies 
on staph yloco ccal infectio n 
J Infect Dis 115:19/, Mar-Apr ttr Sef ofogTcaT 
typing of staphylococci as an aid in epidemio- 
logical studies. 
CC-00065 BM HOLLiSTER, CHARLES J., Sch. Vet. Med., 

Univ. Pennsylvania, KennettSq., Pa. CC-00075 

An enizootioloqical study of leptospirosis 
Pub Health Rep 73, ( No 4) :355, Apr 63. 
Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae subserotype 
incompleta isolated from wildlife in Pennsylvania. 
CC-00066 BM BLENDEN, DONALD C, Sch. Vet. Med., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Missouri Epidemiologic 
st'idies on leptospirosis 
Bret Proc, 64. A simple silver stain for leptc- 

spires. 
PhD Thesis, Univ Miss, 63. Characterization 
of ieptospira! lipase. 
CC-00067 BM EICHENWALD, HEINZ F.. Col. Med., Cornell 

Univ., New York, N.Y. The effert of 
nursery design on the spread of infection 
FortscEnWenO, (No 9V:62TTM: Staphylokokkdn 
infektlon auf neugeborenen-abteiiungen und ihrq 
bekarnpfung. 
CC-*0066 BM COLES, EMBZRT H., Sch. Vet Med., Kansas 

State Univ., Manhattan, Kans. Animal 
staphylococci as related to human infection 
Am J Vet Res 24, (No !01):803, Jul 63. Staphyf. 
ococcus aureus of canine origin. I. Bacterio- 
phage typing and antibiotic sensitivity of cul- 
tures isolated from diseased dogs. 
CC-OC069 VR FELDMAN, HARRY A., Res. Rj n . State Univ. CC-00077 

New York, Albany, N.Y. 
Family respiratory disease epidemiology 
CC-00070 BM HANSON, LYLE E., Col. Vet. Med., Univ. CC-00078 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Nidality and 
pathogenicity of Leptospira 
Illinois Wildlife 18, (No 1):5, 62. Deer dis- CC-00079 

ease research in Illinois. 
Chicago Acad Sci Nat Hist Misc No 179, 63. 

The golden mouse in southern Illinois. 
Illinois Wildlife 19, (No 1):6, 63. Collecting 

skunks by night-lighting. 
J Mammal 45, iNo 21:321, 64. Effects of tear gas 

on • me mammals. 
JWildlife'MAnagement28rTfVoT<:3b, 64. Leptor 
spiral reactor rates among white-tailed deer 
and livestock in Carroll County, Illinois. 
Outdoor Illinois 3, (No 7):20, 64. Where did 

a;l the bunnies go? 
Proc Soc txp BToTmecTTT-495,"~"5». Isolation of 
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an abortion. 
Proc 63th US Livestock SarTTAssn, Memphis , 
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soirosis in 5 cattle herd. 
CC -00071 HUE TOP, FRANKLIN H., Col. Mad., State Univ. 

Iowa, Iowa City, iowa The 
epidemiology of leptospirosis in Iowa 
J Iowa Med Soc 728, Nov 62. Leptospira men- 
ingitis. 
Zoonos Res 3, (No 1 ) : 39 , 64. Further obser- 
vations on the epidemiology of leptospirosis 
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TMP DEWHIRST, LEONARD W., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Cysticercosis 
in cattle 
J Parasit 49 (No 2):297, 63 . Bovine cysti- 
cprcosis. I . Longevity of cysticerci of Taenia 
saginata. 
Prog Agric Ariz 15 (No 1):11, 63. Seeking to 
identify beer measles in live meat animals. 
BM SIMON, HAROLD J., Sen. Med , Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Cal. Epidemiology and patho- 
genesis ol staphylococcal infections 
Ann Allergy 20:666, 62 . The effect of simu- 
lated increases in altitude on asthma . 
Ann Int Med 57:335, 62 . The newer 

penicillins. I. 
Ann Int Med 57:344, 62 . The newer 

penicillins . II . 
California Med 97:135, 62 . The new 

penicillins. 
Arch Col Med El Salvador 16:101, 63 . In- 
feccion estafilococcica en el hospital de 
maternidad . i Frequence y rapidad de 
contaminacion de recien nacidos. 
J Bact 85:1447, 63 . A simplified technique 

for staphylococcal phage typing. 
J Exp Med 118:149, 63. Epidemiology and 
pathogenesis of staphylococcal infection. I. 
An experimentally induced attenuated staphy- 
lococcal infection in guinea pigs and its 
modification by tetracycline. 
Pediatrics 31:463, 63 . Staphylococcal antag- 
onism to oenicillin-G therapy of streptococcal 
pharyngitis. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 113.518, 63. The 
effect of tetracycline on a standardized intra- 
cutaneous staphylococcal infection in guinea 
pigs. 
Calif Med 99:369, Dec 63. Institutionally ac- 
q uired jnfe ctions. A re sume. 
Jrtnfeet Dis li4:1!0;~i547"Tp7aemTWbgyantr pafTio*- 
genesis of staphylococcal infection. II. The 
effect of crowding upon an experimentally in- 
duced attenuated staphylococcal infection in 
quinea piqs. 
Mod Treatm 1:849, 64. Untoward reactions to 

antimicrobial aqents. 
Mnd Treatm 1:364. 64. The newer penicillins. 
Pediat Dig 6:47, 64. The newer oenicillins. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 115:1151, 64. Renal 

clearance of oxacillin. 
Stanford Med Bull 2C, (No 4):189, Nov 62. Pro- 
spective epidemiology. 
BM JENKINS, DANIEL E., Col. Med., 3aylor Univ., 

Houston, Texas Atypical acid-fast 
organisms 
Canad J Pub Health 53:313, 62 . The signific- 
ance of low-grade tuberculin sensitivity. 
J Pediat 60, (No 5):705, May 62. Non- 
tuberculosis mycobacterial infections in 
children. 
Am Rev Resp Dis 87:493, 63 . The tuberculin 
reaction associated with tuberculous infection. 
J Thorac Cardicv Surg 46:689, 63. Surgical 
experiences in the management of atypical 
mycobacterial infections. 
Texas J Med 59:949, 63 . Scotochromogen 

mycobacterial disease in man. 
Textbook of Pulmonary Diseases , Little, Brown 
Co, Boston, Ch 8. 63. Mycobacterial diseases 
of the lung and bronchial tree. Clinical and 
laboratory aspects of tuberculosis. 
Textbook of Pulmonary Diseases , Little, Brown 
Co, Boston, Ch 9, 63. Treatment of tubercu- 
losis. 
Textbook of Pulmonary Diseases , Little, Brown 
Co, Boston, Ch 10, 63. Tuberculosis-like 
diseases caused by other mycobacteria. 
TMP DIENST, ROBERT B., Med. Col . Georgia, 
Augusta, Ga. Epidemiology of 
toxoplasmosis 
3M TUCKER, CECIL B., Tenn. Dept. Hlth., 

Nashville, Tenn. Epidemiologic 
studies of atyoicai acid-fast bacilli 
TMP STEVENSON, HENRY M., Fla. State Univ., 
Tallahassee, Fla. Migration and 
abundance of neotropical birds in Florida 
Alabama Birdlife 12:40, 64. Some comments on the species of 

dowitchcrs in Alabama. 
Alabama Birdlife 13:18, 65. The 1965 Alabama summer bird 

count (Dauphin Island). 
Florida Naturalist 38:82, 65. On the specific identity of 

summering scaups in Florida. 
Florida Naturalist 38:124, 65. Sarague's pipit and chestnut- 
collared longspur: field identification and convergent 
evolution. 
Wilson Bull 77:407, 65. Some records of North American mi- 
grants in Ecuador. 
TMP M0YA, VICTOR, Pan Am, Sanitary Bureau, 
Washington, D.C. Studies on methods 
of treating canine echinococcosis 
DC FELT0N, FRANCES G., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Oklahoma, Okla. City, Okla. Epidemiology 
and skir. testing in cryioocecnseic 
Am Rev Resp Dis 90:310, 64. Delayed skin hypersensitivity 
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Bact Proc, p. 74, 64. Biochemical and physiological char- 
acteristics of Cryptococcus strains isoled in Oklahoma. 
Bact Proc, p. 43, 65. Effect of amphotericin upon endogenous 

resDiration of two human isolates of Crvntocor.c.us. 
Clin Res 13:298, 65. Cryptococcin skin test survey in 

Oklahoma. 
TMP OLIVER-GONZALEZ, JOSE, Sch. Med., Univ. 
Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. Biological 
control of trematodes 
BM COOPER, MERLIN L., Children's Hosp. Res. 
Fdn., Cincinnati, Ohio Antibody responses 
in children to Staphylococcus aureus 
VR EICHENWALD, HEINZ F., The N.Y. Hosp., 

Cornell Med. Col., N.Y.C. Host-parasite 
relationships in young infants 
J Maine Med Assn, Apr 64. Clinical diagnosis 
and management of hepatitis patients. 
BM MOU, THOMAS W., Upstate Med. Cr., Res. Fdn. 

State Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. 
Epidemiology of urinary tract infections 
VR HANSON, LYLE E., Col. Vet. Med., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Properties and 
pathogenicity of the virus of duck hepatitis 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 114:814, 63. Cyto- 
pathic effects of duck hepatitis virus in duck 
embryo kidney cell cultures. 
HUE KUNIN, CALVIN M., Sch. Med., Univ. Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Va. The epidemiology and 
natural history of urinary tract infections 
Arch Intern Med 115:652, 65. Meningitis in 

adults caused by E. coli 04 and 075. 
J Clin Invest 44:1084, 65. Does the bladder 

possess an intrinsic defense mechanism? 
Medicine 43, (No 2):917 Mar 64. Urinary tract 
infection in school children: An epidemiologic, 
clinical and laboratory study. 
Renal Metabolism and Epidemiology of Some Re - 
nal Diseases , p. 294, 65. Frequency and 
natural history of urinary tract infection in 
school children. 
BM HURST, VALERIE, Sch. Dent., Univ. California, 

San Francisco, Cal. Studies on bacterial 
infections acauired in hospitals 
J Bact 86, (No 6):1354, Dec 63. Semisyn- 
thetic medium for bacteriophage typing of 
Pseudomonas . 
Bact Proc (No. M62), 65. Burn and rectal colonization of 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa. 
Bact Proc (No. M63), 65. Survival of Pseudomonas aeruginosa 

on a hosoital floor. 
Health Lab Sci 2:7, Jan 65. A standardized system for phage 

typing pseudomonas aeruginosa. 
Health Lab Sci 2:122, Apr 65. The possible relationship of 

some recently recoqnized strains of staphylococci. 
JAMA 191:759, Mar 65. Purposeful change of staphylococcal 
bacteriophage types. Report of a case in a patient with 
furunculosis. 
JAMA 192:935, Jun 65. Staphylococcus of a newly recognized 

bacteriophage type. Report of a hospital outbreak. 
DC NEWELL, KENNETH W., Sch. Med., Tulane 

Univ., New Orleans, La. The definition 
of Salmonella cycles in Louisiana 
TMP RATHBURN, CARLISLE B., Jr., Fla. State Bd. 
Hlth., Panama City, Fla. Outdoor study 
of mosquito insecticidal aerosols 
TMP HARRINGTON, ROBERT W., Jr., Florida State Bd. 
Hlth., Vero Beach, Fla. Biology of 

brackish-water la rvivorous fishes 

Biol BuTT125, (No 1):101,~64. Evidence for the 
existence of homozygous clones in the self- 
fertilizing hermaphroditic teleost Rivulus 
marmoratus (Poey). 
"Physiol Zool 36, (No 4):325, 63. Twenty-four- 
hour rhythms of internal self-fertilization and of 
oviposition by hermaphrodites of Rivulus 
marmoratus. 
TOX HANSENS, ELTON J., Rutgers State Univ., 
New Brunswick, N.J. Interrelations 
of housefly populations and resistance 
J Econ Entom 56:842, 63. Fly populations in 

dairy barns. 
J~Ecoh Entom 55, (No 4):544, b/.. Mechanisms 
of resistance in diazinon-selected multi-resis- 
tant Musca domestica (L.). 
J Econ E ntom 55 , (N o 5 r:6797"627 Effect of 
selection on cross resistance in diazinon- 
resistant Musca domestica. 
J Econ Entom 55, (No 5):702, 62. Field studies 
of house fly resistance to diazinon, ronnel and. 
other insecticides. 
J Econ Entom 57, (No 5):644, Oct 64. Laboratory 

studies with Warf antiresistant on house flies. 
PhD Thesis, Rutgers Univ, 64. A study of ali- 
esterase enzymes in organophosphorus resis- 
ant and susceptible house flies, Musca 
domestica L. 
PhD Thesis, Rutgers Univ, 64. Cuticular pene- 
tration and insecticide resistance. 
PhDThesis, Rutgers Univ, 647 "Studies bfdTs- 
persion of insecticide resistant populations of 
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J Econ Entom 58, (No 5) :944, 65. Effects of apholate on 
restricted populations of insecticide-resistant house flies, 
Musca domestica. 
J Econ Entom 59, (No 1):45, 66. Dispersion of insecticide- 
resistant populations of the house fly, Musca domestica L. 
CC-00103 TMP CHEW, ROBERT M., Sch. Lib. Arts, Sci., 

Univ. So. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Ecology and control of Pj sorophora confinnis 
"Ann tntom Soc Am b/:383, 64. Contribution to 
the ecology of Aedes vexans (Diptera: Culicidae) 
in the Coachella Valley, California. 
Mosquito News 24:22; 64. A new medium 
for rearing the mosquito Psorophora con- 
finnis. 
"PfuTThesis, Unif Calif, 64. An investigation of 
the ecology of Psorophora confinnis (Diptera: 
Culicidae) in southern California. 
CC-00106 BM SELL, SARAH H., Sch. Med., Vanderbilt 

Univ., Nashville, Tenn. A diagnostic 
test for histoplasmosis 
CC-00114 HUE NEWELL, KENNETH W., Sch. Med., Tulane 

Univ., New Orleans, La. Natural history of 
enteropathogenic E. coli infections 
CC-00115- Al MILLER, JAMES N., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Studies on 
immunity in experimental syphilis 
CC-00118 DC FELDMAN, HARRY A., Upstate Med. Cr., 

State Univ. New York, Syracuse, N.Y. 
Normal family respiratory disease 
epidemiology 
Am J Epidemiol 83:345, 66. Serologic epidemiologic studies 
with M pneumoniae. I. Demonstration of an hemagglutinin 
and its inhibition by antibody. 
Am J Epidemiol 83:357, 66. Serologic epidemiologic studies 
with M pneumoniae. II. Prevalence of antibodies in several 
populations. 
Am J Med Sci 250:424, Oct 65. Pneumococcal types detected 

in throat cultures from a population of "normal" families. 
J Parasit, Apr 66. A micromodification of the toxoplasma dye 
test. 
CC-00119 BM MUCHMORE, HAROLD G., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Serologic 
evaluation of immunity in cryptococcosis 
Am Rev Resp Dis 90:310, 64. 

Am Rev Resp Dis 92:323, 65. Experimental cryptococcal in- 
fection in rabbits. 
Bact Proc (No. M-159) p. 74, 64. Biochemical and physio- 
logical characteristics of Cryptococcus strains isolated in 
Oklahoma. 
Bact Proc (No. M-20) p. 43, 65. Effect of amphotericin B 
on the respiration of two human isolates of Cryptococcus. 
Clin Res 23:298, 65. Cryptococcin skin test surbev in Oklahoma^ 
CC-00126 TMP HARRY, HAROLD W., A and M Marine Lab., 

Galveston, Tex. Water quality 
related to Taphius activity and growth 
CC-00128 DC HIRSCHBERG, NELL, North Carolina Col., 

Durham, N.C. Fluorescent antibody 
studies in Leptospirosis 
CC-00129 SSS WINKELSTEIN, WARREN, Sch. Med., State 

Univ. New York, Buffalo, N.Y. 
Ecological studies of vaccines 
CC-00131 BM EICHENWALD, HEINZ F., Southwestern Med. Sch., 

Univ. Texas, Dallas, Texas Spread 

of infec tion among newborn infants 

Am J Dis Child 108:252, 64. Bacterial interfer- 
ence: Protection of adults against nasal staphy- 
lococcus aureus infection. 
Am J Surg 107:518, 64. The rational use of anti- 
microbial agents. 
Fortschr Med 82:627, 64. The prevention of 
staphyococcal infection among newborn infants. 
Am J Dis Child 111:11, 66. Influence of the normal nasal flora 
and antimicrobials on resistance to staphylococcus aureus 
infection. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 128:365, 65. Interference and staphy- 
lococcal colonization in infants and adults. 
Symposium on the Placenta , (Birth Defects Ser), 1:74, 65. 

I he Placental barrier and infections of the fetus. 
Skin Bacteria and Their Role in Infection , McGraw-Hill, Chic- 
ago, 65. Bacterial interference as a technique for prevention 
of infection with Staphylococcus Aureus. 
CC-00132 VR EICHENWALD, HEINZ F., Southwestern Med. 

Sch., Univ. Texas, Dallas, Tex. 
Host-parasite relationships in young infants 
Am J Dis Child 108:252, 64. Bacterial inter- 
ference. 
Fortschr Med 82:627, 64. Infektion auf neugebor- 
enen abteilung. 
Am J Dis Child 111:11, 66. Influence of the normal nasal 
flora and antimicrobials on resistance to staphylococcus 
infection. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 128:365, 65. Interference and staphylococcal 

colonization in infants and adults. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 132:984, 66. Some observations on the 
dosage and toxicity of kanamycin in newborn and premature 
infants. 
Pediat Clin N Am 13:231, 66. Antimicrobial therapy in 

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Geronlologist 4 : >4, Jun 64. Measuring concepts 

in lonc-toim care research. 
Hospitals 38:101, Apr 64. Annual administrative 

review: Lono-term care. 
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tials in physical therapy procedures by patient 
category. 
Mod Hosp 102:97, Mar 64. Chronic care costs 

more than vou think. 
Proc Am Public Health Assn Ann Mtg, New York t 
Oct 64. Nursinq shortag e and nurses' salaries. 
Proc 'Air. Public HealTTA~ssn Ann Mtg, New YorK, 
Oct 64. Social -psychological factors influen- 
cing the utilization of community health resour- 
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Psychol Rep 14:375, Apr 64. Parental attitudes 
toward institutionalization. 
An- Hosp Assn, Monogr 13, 63 A chronic disease unit in a 

general hospital: Ana'ysis of six years' operating experience. 
Brit J Addiction 59:35, Jan 63. The role of sociology in the 
planning and operation of alcoholism treatment programmes. 
Brochure: Health Welfare Coup Metropol St Louis, 63. 
Preface to counseling service: A study of 1,085 residents 
of nursing homes and homes for the aged. 
Crime Delinquency 78, Jan 65. Teen-agers, drinking and the 
law: A study of arrest trends for alcohol-related offenses. 
Hosp Progr 46:88, Feb 65 The supply of nurses. 
J Child Psychol Psychiat 5:251, 64. Some social- 
psychological variable? influencing parental acceptance of 
residential treatment for their emotionally disturbed children. 
Mod Hosp 102:114, Sep 64. Hospital designs new medication 

system. 
Nurs Res 14:49, Winter 65. Self-conception and professional 

training. 
Proc Am Sociol Assn, Chicago, Aug 65. Applications of a 

computer system of content analysis. 
Proc Midwest Psychol Assn, Apr 65. Computer content 

analysis of therapy— analog interviews. 
Proc Midwest Sociol Soc, Minneapolis, Apr 65. Toward a 

theory of occupational choice for women. 
Proc Midwest Sociol Soc, Minneapolis, Apr 65. Problems in 

the use of a computer system of cpntent analysis. 
Proc Missouri Psychol Assn, Kansas City, Apr 65. Mental 
health research in rural Missouri. 



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Proc Univ Mich Sch Pub Health, Ann Arbor, 65. An economic 

analysis of the nursing shortage: A preliminary report. 
Proc USPHS Div Nursing, Silver Spring, Md, Jun 65. The 

economics of nurse supply. 
Quart J Stud Alcohol 26:41, Mar 65. The concept of motivation: 
A source of institutional and professional blockage in the 
treatment of alcoholics. 
Thesis, Doctoral, F Van der Maarel, Univ Leyden, 

Netherlands, 63. The concept of 'quality of patient care 1 : 
Content and strategy. 
Thesis, M A, AS Anzel, Washington Univ, St Louis, 64. 
Comparison of the Edwards personal preference schedule and 
a role playing task as predictors of nursing performance. 
Thesis, Ph D, J Bullock, Univ Pittsburgh, 64. Equilibrium 
in disengagement: A study of older people in institutions 
society provides for them. 
U. S. Pub Health Serv Pub, No 1273, Washington, D. C, 
65. Alcoholism: Community agency attitudes and their 
impact on treatment services. 
Older People and Their Social World , FA Davis, Philadelphia, 

fcb. bocial participation and the health of the aged. 
Older People and Their Social World , FA Davis, Philadelphia, 
65. belt-conception and institutionalization. 

FREIDSON, ELIOT, Montefiore Hosp., New York, 
N.Y. Informal organization in group 
medical practice 
SOLON, JERRY A., Grad. Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
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J Med Educ 39:527, Jun 64. On the administratidn 

of university teachinq hospitals. 
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An Annotated Bibliography, 1950-1962 , Univ 

Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, Pa, 64. 

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Printinq Office, Washinqton, DC, 64. 
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in search of a concept. 
Hospitals 39, (No 14):68, Jul 65. Some factors affecting 

hospital length of stay. 
J Chronic Dis 17:815, Sep 64. Medical care in Aluminum 

City: I. Families and their regular doctors. 
J Med Educ, Sep 65. Medical schools and hospitals: 

Interdependence for education and service. 
JAMA 193:371, Aug 65. The office practice of internists: 

I. The feasibility of evaluating the quality of care. 
JAMA 193:667, Aug 65. The office practice of internists: 

II. Patient load. 

JAMA 193:916, Sep 65. The office practice of internists: 

III. Characteristics of patients. 

JAMA 194:177, Oct 65. The office practice of internists: 

IV. Professional activities other than care of private 
patients. 

JAMA 194:533, Nov 65. The office practice of internists: 

V. Background and form of practice of 500 internists in 
New York State. 

HSR CROOG, SYDNEY H., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 

Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. Internal 
organization of local public health units 
HSR HOLLIFIELD, GUY, Sch. Med,, Univ. Virginia, 
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ambulatory patient care 
HUE SHIPLEY, PAUL W., Cal. State Dept. Pub. 
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medical certification of death study 
HSR AXELROD, S.J., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Administra- 
tive controls in O.A.A. hospitalization 
HSR AXELROD, S.J., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Conference 
on economics of health service and me^ieal 
care 
HSR FALK, ISIDORE S., Sch. Med., Yale Univ,,, 
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care and hospital administration 
Yale J Biol Med 36, (No 15:27, Aug 63. Some 
effects of insurance and of labor union attitudes 
on the practice and teaching of surgery, 
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hospital emerqencv service. 
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in the teachinq hospital. 
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clinic services in the teaching hospital. 
Hospitals 39:67, Dec 65. Changing patterns in medical care: 

Their implications for ambulatory services. 
Thesis, Master's, EW Francisco, Yale Univ, Dept Epidemiol 
Pub Health Library, Jun 65. Area variations in the utili- 
zation of health insurance benefits in the steel industry. 
Yale J Biol Med 37, ( No 65:523,, Jun 65. The quality of 
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CH-00039 HSR HESS, IRENE, Survey Res. Cr., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Probability 
sampling methods in medical care field 
CH-00040 HSR MET2NER, CHARLES A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Choice or 
rejection of group practice prepayment plan 
CH-00041 HUE KESTER, FRANCIS E., Dept. Health, Welfare, 

Juneau, Alaska Methodological research 
on lay reporting of morbidity 
CH-00042 HSR SHANNON, LYLE W., Col. Liberal Arts, State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Value 

assimilation among immigrant laborers 
CH-00043 HSR DENSEN, PAUL M., New York City Hlth. 

Dept., New York, N.Y. Proposal for a 
public health practice research center 
CH-00044 SPP GETTING, VLADO A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Evaluation 
of public health practices 
Proc 5th Ann In-Service Train Course Pub Health Inspectors, 
Univ Guelph, Ontario, Apr 65. Evaluation of public health 
programs: Report of a comprehensive study. 
Proc 8th Ann Refresher Course, Sch Hyg, Univ Toronto, Feb 

65. Program planning, implementation and evaluation. 
Proc 8th Ann Refresher Course, Sch Hyg, Univ Toronto, Feb 
65. Social and economic trends - their effect on program 
planning and evaluation. 
Pub Health Rep 80, (No 95:815, Sep 65. Survey of beliefs 

about cancer detection and taking Papincolaou tests. 
Preventive Medicine , W B Sanders Co, Philadelphia, 65. 
Health education and the social sciences. 
CH-00045 HSR COLOMBOTOS, JOHN L. Pub. Hlth., Adm. Med"., 

Columbia Univ., New York, N.Y. Part-time 
health officers—A study of physician roles 
Proc Am Sociol Assn Ann Mtg, Chicago, Sep 65. Physicians' 

attitudes toward government participation in medical care. 
Proc 6th World Congr Sociol, Evian, France, Sep 66. Social 
origins and ideology of physicians: A study of the effects 
of early socialization. 
CH-00046 HSR ROEMER, MILTON I., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Medical 
staff organization and hospital performance 
Hosp Progr, Sep 64. Growth of salaried physi- 
cians. 
CH-00047 HSR FALK, ISIDORE S., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. The medical 
specialist in Great Britain and the USA 
CH-00049 BS FORST, HENRY H., Grad. Sch., Univ. Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah Transiency and 
new community integration 
CH-00050 BS ROMNEY, A. KIMBALL, Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Cal. Relief and practice 
in disease and therapy 
Am Anthropol 65, (No 5), Oct 63. A formal 
ethnographic analysis of Tenejapa Ladino wed- 
dings. 
Am Anthropol 66, (No 3), Jun 64. Transcultural 

studies in cognition. 
Southwest J Anthropol 19, (No 2), Summer 63. 

Tenejapa medicine: The curer. 
The Use of Computers in Anthropology , Mouton 
Co, The Hague, 63. An anthropologist's in- 
troduction to the computer. 
CH-00052 HUE FRIIS, HENNING, Danish Natl. Inst., 

Copenhagen, Denmark Study of social 
well-being of aged in Denmark 
CH-00053 HUE TOWNSEND, PETER B., Sch. Econ., Pol. Sci., 

Univ. London, London, England Social 
functioning of the aged 
Lancet p. 159, Jan 64. The place of older people 
in different societies. 
CH-00054 HUE SHANAS, ETHEL, Univ. Chicago, Chicago, III. 

National survey of non-institutionalized 
older people 
Gerontologist 3:7, Mar 63, Observations on cross- 
national surveys of aqinq. 
Social Process 26, 63. Cross-national research 
in aging: A report of an on-going research 
project. 
CH-13C055 HSR HARDY, ALBERT V., Fla. State Bd. Hlth., 

Jacksonville, Fla. Organization and. 
Initiation of Public Health Research 
CH-00056 HSR CARTER, HOWARD, Pinellas County Hlth. Dept., 

St. Petersburg, Fla. Evaluation of 
Public Health Programs for aged 
Am J Pub Health 53:1818, Nov 63. Some 
observations on the effects of program 
research in a local health department. 
Pub Health Rep 78, (No 65:468, Jun 63. Local 

symposiums on the chronically ill and aged. 
Continuing Education in the Later Years . Univ 
of Florida Press, Gainesville, p. 68, 63. 
Health education in a community. 
CH-00057 HSR HARTE, THOMAS J., Sch. Social Sci., 

Catholic Univ. America, Washington, D.C. 
Meeting the health needs of the totally 
deaf 
CH-00059 HSR AMBUEL, J. PHILIP, Sch. Med., Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio Appointment breaking in 
a pediatric clinic 
CH-00061 HSR BUTLER, JOHN J., St. Michael Hosp., 

Newark, N.J. Response of a hospital's 
medical staff to innovation 
CH-00063 HSR MINDLIN, ROWLAND L., New York City 

Health Dept., New York, N.Y. Medical 
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HSR CARTWRIGHT, ANN, Inst. Community Studies, CH-00098 

London, England The role of the family 
physician in the community 
HSR SCITOVSKY, ANNE A., Palo Alto Med. Res. CH-00099 

Fdn., Palo Alto, Cal. Study of a 
new approach to a medical care cost index 
HSR ERBE, WILLIAM, Iowa Urban Community Res. CH-00102 

Cr., State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa The 
community role of health professionals 
HSR ROTH, HAROLD P., Sch. Med., Western Reserve 
Univ., Cleveland, Ohio Patients' beliefs 
and their cooperation with a regimen 
HSR PAGLIN, MORTON, Portland State Col., 
Portland, Ore. The impact of public 
hesltfi work on productivity 
McCONNELL, FRANCES S., Sch. Pub. Hltli., 
Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Occupational groups in public health 
administration 
WHITE, KERR L., Col. Med., Univ. Vermont, 
Burlington, Vt. Medical care and patient 
care research program 
J Chronic Dis 17:725, 64. Symposium: Medical 

care research. CH-00103 

New tng J Med 2U:Mi, heb 65. I he organiza- 
tion and economics of medical care in Austral ia. 
HAUSER PHILIP M., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 
III. Social and economic differentials 
In mortality, 1960 
Proc Mtg Int Population Union, Ottawa, Aug 63. 
Social and economic differentials in mortality 
in the United States, 1960— A report on 
methods . 
SPIEGELMAN, MORTIMER, Am. Pub. Hlth. Assn., 
New York, N.Y. Vital and health 
statistics monographs 
Am J Pub Health 53, May 63 . International 
trends in infant mortality and their implications 
for the United States. 
Ann NY Acad Sci 97:932, Aug 63. Approaches 
to the primary prevention of clinical coronary 
heart disease in high-risk, middle-aged men. 
Proc 1962 Ann Conf Milbank Memorial Fund, 
63. Plans for the APHA monograph on 
fertility in the 1960 census period. 
Proc 1962 Ann Conf Milbank Memorial Fund, 
63. The organization of the vital and health 
statistics monograph program. 
Proc Ann Mtg Am Public Health Assn, 63 . 
Perspectives in coronary artery disease and 
primary hypertension. 
Atherosclerosis and Its Origin. Academic Press, 
New York, 63 . The relationship of sex and 
gonadal hormones to atherosclerosis. 
Arthritis Rheum, Dec 64. Mortality from rheuma- 
toid arthritis in the United States. 1959-61. 
United States Census of Population, 1960: Women 
by Number of Children Ever Born, Govt Print 
Office, Washington, DC, 64. 
BRESLOW, LESTER Cal. Dept. Public Hlth., 
Berkeley, Cal. Human population 
laboratory for epidemiologic studies 
P ub Hea l th R ep 79 , (No 2):1 07 , F eb M. SoCio- 
cultural aspects of cervical cytology in Alamedi 
County, Calif. 
LEVENTHAL, HOWARD, John S. Ely Cr. 
Health Education Res., Inc., New Haven, 
Conn. Threat as a goad to health action 
J Personality 32:459, 64. A field experiment on 
fear arousal with data on the validity of ques- 
tionnaire measures. 
J Personality Soc Psychol 2:20, 65. Effects of 
fear and specificity of recommendation upon 
attitudes and behavior. 
Psychol Rep 16:223, 65. Persistence of influence 
for varying durations of exposure to threat stim- 
uli. 
SSS DYAR, ROBERT, California State Dept. Pub. 

Hlth., Berkeley, Cal. Values, 
decision making and resource allocation 
HUE GITTELSOHN, ALAN, Health Research, Inc., 
Albany, N.Y. An information system for 
vital statistics 
HSR MILLER, GEORGE E., Col. Med., Univ. 
Illinois, Chicago, III. The efficient 
use of medical manpower 
Bull Am Acad Orthop Surg, Dec 65. The orthopaedic training 

study - A progress report. 
J Med Educ, Mar 66. Oral examination as an assessment of 

professional competence. 
HSR SEGAL, BERNARD E., Dartmouth Med. Sch., CH-00129 

Hanover, N.H. Illness and the 
utilization of medical aid 
NR DODGE, JOAN S., Grad. Sch. Business, CH-00132 

Pub. Admin., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
Perceptions of patients' cognitive 

needs CH-00144 

HSR CUMMINS, JAMES F., Florence Heller Grad. 
Sch. Advanced Studies Soc. Welfare, 

Brandeis Univ., Waltham, Mass. CH-00148 

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resources 
HSR MADISON, BERNICE, 45 Cleary Court, 

San Francisco, Cal. Social welfare in 
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HSR DAVIS, MORRIS, Grad. Sch., Tulane Univ., 
New Orleans, La. Public health 
issues as urban political decisions 
MH GUILFORD, JOAN S., American Inst. Research, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Factors related 
to successful abstinence from smoking 
HSR ROEMER, MILTON I., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Univ. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Medical care organization — Comparative 
studies 
Arch Environ Health 9:790, Dec 64. Free choice of private 

group practices: A new pattern of health insurance. 
Brochure: Middleman-sponsored Health Insurance Based on 
Group Medical Practices, Los Angeles: Univ Calif, 
Jan 65. 
Brochure: An Expanded California Program of Medical Care 

for the Poor, Los Angeles: Univ Calif, May 65. 
Hoso Progr, p. 79 & 104. 64. Growth of salaried physicians. 
J Rehab, Nov-Dec 64. Rehabilitation coverage in health 

insurance plans. 
Med Care 3:121, Aor-Jun 65. The value of free choice in 

health care. 
Your Radiologist, p. 5. Winter 65. Radiologists and hosoltars. 
HSR READER, GEORGE G., Cornell Univ. Med. Col., 
N.Y.C. Program of research in 
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Am J Pub Health 55, (No 1), Jan 65. The New 
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progress report on an experiment in welfare 
medical care. 
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sions of the sick role in chronic illness. 
J Med Educ 40, (No 1), Jan 65. The organization 

of medical and health services. 
Physician's Panorama 2, (No 5):5, May 65. 
Comprehensive medicine: Setting therapeutic 
goals. 
Physician's Panorama 3, (No 3):11, Mar 65. Are 

you practising comprehensive medicine? 
Physician's Panorama 3, (No 4):17, Apr 65. 
Evaluating your patients comprehensively. 
Proc Na' Assn Social Work Mtg, Jun 65. Writ- 
ing for professional journals. 
Social Casework, Apr 65. Assessing the medical 
patient's motivation and ability to work. 
Proc Am Sociol Assn, Sep 65. Discharge from hospital against 
medical advice: A study of reciprocity in the doctor-patient 
relationship. 

WHITE, KERR L., Univ. Vermont, Burlington, 

Vt. Health Services Research Papers 
ZIMMER, BASIL G., Brown Univ., Providence, 
R.I. The ecology of American 
social structure 
SACKS, SEYMOUR, Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, 
N.Y. Socio-economic determinants of 
public health costs 
ANDERSON, ODIN W„ Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Chicago, Chicago, III. Economic 
dependency, medical care and the means test 
CHAPIN, F. STUART, Jr., Univ. North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. Household 
activity patterns and community health 
SEIPP, CONRAD Grad. Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Determinants of coordination for planning 
HOLDER, LEE, Natl. Comm. on Community 
Hlth. Services, Bethesda, Md. 
Community readiness study 
P0DELL, LAWRENCE, Dept. Welfare, 
New York, N.Y. Utilization of health 
resources by welfare recipients 
LOEAENSTEIN, REGINA, Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Admin. Med., Columbia Univ., New York, 
N.Y. Personal health services- 
Utilization and charges 
Am J Pub Health 55:1699, Nov 65. Physician services re- 
ceived in an urban community in relation to health insurance 
coverage. 
Am J Pub Health 55:1725, Nov 65. Social factors in medical 

deprivation. 
J Health Hum Behav 6:2 65. Social patterns of illness and 

medical care. 
J Health Hum Behav 6:114 65. Stages of illness and medical 

care. 
J Health Hum Behav 6:257, 65. An analysis of retest scores 

for an index of psychophysiological disturbance. 
New York Dent J 31:151,Apr 65. Utilization of dental serv- 
ices. 
Quart J Stud Alcohol 26:19 Mar 65. The epidemiology of 

alcoholism in an urban residential area. 
HUE TOWNSEND, PETER B., Sch. Ec, Univ. Essex, 
Essex, England Social functioning of 
the aged 
MH KAY, MARGARITA, St. Mary's Hosp., 

Tucson, Ariz. Mothers in Mexican 
and Mexican-American cultures 
HUE WESTOFF, CHARLES F., Princeton Univ., 
Princeton, N.J. Travel support— World 
Population Conference-Belgrade 
HSR SANAZAR0, PAUL J., Assn. American Med. 
Colleges, Evanston, III. Criteria 
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CH-00154 HUE GITTELSOHN, ALAN, Sch. Hygiene, Johns 

Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
An information system for vital 
statistics 
Brit J Prev Soc Med 19, (No 1):8, 65. Obser- 
vations on twinning in New York State. 
Hum Biol 37:14, 65. Parental age and malform- 
ations. 
Pub Health Rep 79, (No 10):89, 64. Tabulation 
of vital records by computer. 
Brit J Prev Soc Med 19, (No 1):8, 65. Observations on 

twinning in New York State. 
Human Biol 37:14, 65. Parental age and malformations. 
CH-00155 HSR FUCHS, VICTOR R., 9 Talley Road, 

Roslyn, N.Y. Comparative analysis 
of health levels and services 
CH-00158 HSR WHITE, KERR !_., Sch. Hyg., Pub. Hlth., 

Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
Medical care and patient care program 
CH-00159 NSS WHITE, KERR L., Sch. Hygiene, Pub. Hlth., 

Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 
Health Services Research Papers 
CH-00177 BS KNAPP, DAVID A„ Col. Pharm., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Role conceptions 
of pharmacists and community health 
CH-00187 HSR MARTIN, LEONARD W., Col. Business Admin., 

Loyola Univ., Chicago, III. Evaluation 
of CPI--lndex of hospital room rates 
CH-B0198 NSS WILLIAMSON, HAROLD F., Northwestern Univ., 

Evanston, III. Travel grant-Congress of 
Economic Historians-Munich 
CH-00201 HSR DAVIS, MORRIS, Col. Liberal Arts,Scl., 

Univ. Illinois, Urbana, III. Public 
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GISH, CHARLES W., Indiana State Bd. Health, 

Indianapolis, Ind. New approach to the 

topical application of fluorides 
FULTON, JOHN T., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NX. 

Natural history of dental disease 
SHIERE, FREDERIC R., Sch. Dental Med., 

Tufts Univ., Boston, Mass. Cariostatic 

action of topical Snf2 and NaF brushing 
PAUL, BENJAMIN D., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Community decision- 
making on fluoridation 
GRACE, LINWOOD G., State Hosp. Crippled 

Children, Elizabethtown, Pa. 

Scoliotones and dentofacial deformities 
RICHARDS, LLOYD F., Cal. State Dept. Pub. 

Hlth., Berkeley, Cal. Hypoplasias in 

varying fluoride and temperature zones 
QUARANTELLI, ENRICO L., Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio Professionalization 

of dental students 
Am Soc Rev 28:977, Dec 63. The similarity 

of connected observations . 
Sociol Soc Res 49:32, 64. Faculty and student 
perceptions in a professional school. 
HERBERTSON, JAMES E., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Missouri, Kansas City, Mo. Value 

of visual aids in teaching human anatomy 
J Dent Educ Vol 29, (No 1), Mar 65. The value 
of visual aids in teaching gross anatomy. 
BRUDEVOLD, FINN, Forsyth Dent. Infirmary, 

Boston, Mass. Topical fluoride phosphate 

versus stannous fluoride 
DEAN, BURTON V., Case Inst. Tech., 

Cleveland, Ohio The design of prepaid 

dental plans 
SZWEJDA, LOUIS F., Michigan Dept. Hlth., 

Lansing, Mich. Topical fluorides 

in community proorams 
MORRIS, RICHARD T., Univ. California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. The evolution 

of the professional in dentistry 
I Forces, Mar 66. The strategy of occupational 
ice: Recruitment to dentistry. 

SOBOLIK, CLINTON F., Sch. Dent., Creighton 

Univ., Omaha, Nebr. Predicting denture 

acceptance through psychotechnics 
MORRIS, ROBERT, Sch. Soc. Welfare, 

Brandeis Univ., Waltham, Mass. 

Medical dependency and dental 

condition 
WELLOCK, WILLIAM D., Forsyth Dental 

Infirmary, Boston, Mass. Spray appli- 
cation of acid-phosphate fluoride solution 
LAW, FRANK E., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Fluoride supplements for elementary 

school children 
MANSON-KING, LINCOLN R., Sch. Dentistry, 

Univ. Alabama, Birmingham, Ala. 

Public health asoects of portable fiash 

roentgenography 
AVNET, HELEN H., Group Health Insurance, 

Inc., New York, N.Y. Dental utili- 
zation under fee-for-service prepayment 



DH-00034 HSR ANDERSON, ODIN W... Grad. Sch., Univ. Chicago, 

Chicago, III. Family expenditure and use 
patterns for dental care 
DH-00036 DEN LANG, ROBERT L., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Oregon, Portland, Ore. Research on 
programed dental instruction 
DH-00037 DEN RANDALL, PETER, Children's Hosp., Philadelphia, 

Pa. Cleft palate—Evaluation of post- 
operative velopharyngeal incompetence 
Ann Surg 56, (No 4):810, 64. Surgery and speech. 
Trans 3rd Int Congr Plastic Surgeons, Washington, DC, 63. 
Mandibular growth - Pierre Robin syndrome. 
DH-00041 HSR CUSSLER, MARGARET T., Col. Arts, Sci., 

Univ. Maryland, College Park, Md. 
Role and interaction changes involving 
dental auxiliaries 
DH-00042 HSR MYRICK, RICHARD, George Washington Univ., 

Washington, D.C. Planning study— Behavioral 
factors in dental school design 
DH-00044 HSR DOUGLAS, BRUCE L., Col. Dent., 

Univ. Illinois, Chicago, III. 
Effect of fluoridation upon 
dental practice 
DH-00046 DEN HILL, IDEN N., Zoller Mem. Dent. Clinic, 

Univ. Chicago, Chicago, Ml. 
Epidemiology of oral health in a fluoridated area 
J Dent Res 44:718, Jul-Aug 65. The evanston dental caries 
study. XXIM. Oral lactobacilli and decayed tooth surface 
rates among children in a fluoridated area. 
J Dent Res 44:947, Sep-Oct 65. Prevalence of Class I, 
Class II, and Class II! maloclusions (angle) in an urban 
population. An epidemiological study. 
DH-00048 DEN JORDAN, WILLIAM A., Minnesota Dept. Hlth., 

Minneapolis, Minn. Acidulated phosphate 
fluoride prophylaxis paste test 
DH-00049 DEN PETERSON, JOHN K., North Dakota Dept. Hlth., 

Bismark, N.D. Acidulated phosphate 
fluoride prophylaxis paste text 
Northwest Dent 44:110, Mar 65. Fargo-Moorhead 
dental survey - 1964. 
DH-00050 HSR COLLARD, EARL W., Sch. Dent., Loma Linda 

Univ., Loma Linda, Cal. Evaluation 
of a new technique in dental education 
DH-0Q057 NSS HARRIS, NORMAN O., Sch. Dent., Univ. 

Puerto Rico, San Juan, P.R. 
Hemispheric conference—Community dental 
health problems 
DH-00076 DEN RESWICK, JAMES B., Case Inst. Technology, 

Cleveland, Ohio Investigation of the 
functional mandibular movements 
DH-00079 HSR HAHN, HARLAN D., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Fluoridation 
and community politics 
Iowa Business Dig 36:8, Jun 65. Urban-rural legislative 

voting on taxation in Iowa. 
J Am Dent Assn 71:1138, Nov 65. Voting behavior on fluorida- 
tion referendums: A re-evaiuation. 
J Michigan Dent Assn 48:89, Feb 66. A comparative study of 

attitudes on fluoridation. 
J Politic? 28:368, May 66. President Taft and the discipline 

of patronage. 
Michigan Municip Rev 33:338, Nov 65. Municipal hospitals 

meet community needs. 
Religious Educ 60:456, Nov-Dec 65. Public school support 
and shared time programs. 
DH-00082 DEN SAXE, STANLEY R„ Univ. Kentucky Med. 

Cr., Lexington, Ky. Debris, calculus 
and periodontal disease 



HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL FACILITIES 

W^Zl HSR Ferrer. R. A.. Dent. Hlth.. Santurce. P.R. 

W-00049 HSR KNUDSEN, H.L., Minn. Dept. Hlth., Minneapolis 

Demonstration and study for improving 
patient care 
HM^00053 HSR THOMPSON, JOHN D., Sch. Med., Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Hospital facilities 
utilization study 
W-00067 HSR KAHLER, C., St. Louis U., St. Louis, Mo. 

Experimental curriculum for research 
in hosoitai services 
W-00071 HFR MANN, FLOYD C, Inst. Social Res., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Hospital 
administration problems study 
The Community General Hospital Macmillan 

Co, New York. 62. 

HM-00074 HSR WILLIAMS, T. FRANKLIN, Sch. Med., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Process of patient referral to a university clinic 
Clin Res 13:343. 65. Errors in orescribina and takino insulin. 
Clin Res 13:345, 65. Patient population of a referral medical 

center. 
Clin Res 14:63, 66. Duration and magnitude of insulin effect 

in juvenile-onset diabetes. 
Diabetes 14:469, 65. The clinical picture of diabetic control, 

studied in four settings. 
GrouD Pract 14, (No 10), Oct 65. Community medicine. 
Southern Med J 58:1012, 65. Hemoglobin and packed cell 
volume in Negro and Caucasian subjects: A comparative 
study. 
BBT-08077 HUE KOHL, SCHUYLER G., State Univ. N.Y., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. Hospital maternity and newborn 
infant statistics 
Am j Obstet Gvnec 83:881. Apr 62. Hartford 
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W-00105 HSR PANGBORN, V.A., State Dept. Hlth., Lincoln, 

Nebr. Factors affect- 

ing 'he efficiency ol rural hospitals 
W-00108 HSR LOGMIS,C.P., Michigan State U., East Lansing 

Relations of Anglo-Latino groups with 
hospitals 
Am Soc Rev 26, Jun 61. Institutional and 
occupational representation in eleven commun- 
ity influence systems. 
HM-00120 HSR STROU'.', MORRIS W., 3rd, Highland View Hosp., 

Cleveland, Ohio Study of individual 
patient needs 
HM-00123 HSR GROSS, LLEWELLYN Z., Grad. Sch., State 

Univ. New York, Albany, N.Y. Social 
causes of labor turnover in modern 
hcsDitais 
W-00127 HSR ELLING, R.H., Cornell U., Ithaca, N.Y". 

Hospital-community relations and their 
di terminants 
HM-00133 HSR STOKES, JOSEPH, Jr., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Study 

uf specifications for children's hospital units 
HM-00141 HSR WEiSSMAN, I. OSCAR, Hosp. Coun. Western 

Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Pa. Factors 

affecting hcspital bed occupancy rates 
Mod Hose 104, (No 3):121, Mar 65. Waiting 
list is poor excuse for expansion. 
W-00145 HSR HINDERER, H., Catholic Hosp. Assn., St. Louis, 

Missouri Performance 

standards fnr hospital business o'fices 
HSR McNemev, W.J., Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

HSR SUSSMAN, MARVIN B., Grad. Sch., Western 
Reserve Univ., Clf veliind, Ohio Studies 
in hospital out-patient medical care 
HSR JACOBS, R.H., Jr., Am. Inst. Architects, N.Y.C. 
Basic studies for planning the operating 
suite 
AIA J, Nov 62. The Surgical Center. 
HSR LOWE, R.C., U. Oklahoma, Okia. City 
Evolutional methodology and regional 
coordination 
HSR LENTZ, E.M., Sch. Pub. Hlth., U. Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Use of teams in 
housekeeping department 
The Use o ' Work Teams in Hospital Housekeeping; 
Department s, Hosp Admin, Sch Pub Health, 
Univ Mmn, Oct 63. 
HM-00181 HSR NOROIAN, E H., U. Maryland Hosp., Baltimore, Md. 

tstnblishment of simply consumption criteria 
HM-001S4 HSR ROREM, C.R., Hosp. Planning Assn., Pittsburgh 

Hospital as a comprehensive community 
health center 
HM-00186 HSR HOLMES, THOMAS H., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Role 

conflict resolution in emergent and stable 
hospitals 
HSR Saul, E.V., Tufts Univ., Medford, Mass. 

HSR MANN, FLOYD C, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. Coordination and patient care 
in voluntary hospitals 
HM-00190 HSR INGBAR, MARY L. Grad. Sch., Harvard Univ., 

Cambridge, Mass. Economics and the 

administrations of medical care pro grams 

"ProclflassachusettifPub Health Assn 23, (No l)s 
10, Jan 63. Analysis of costs: Methodology 
for Massachusetts hospitals. 
HM-00192 HSR CAMP, G.O., Case Inst. Tech., Cleveland, Ohio 

Study of hospital operations as a complex 
system 
HM-00194 HSR DROSSNESS, DANIEL L., California State Dept. 

Hlth.. Berkeley. Cal. Hospital utilization 
HM-00197 HSR HANSEN, GARY, Mt. Angel Col., Mt. Angel, 

Oregon Geriatric research and 
curriculum planning 
HM-00198 HSR DONALDSON, BtATHiCE, Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. Effective utilization 
of hospital dietary personnel 
Bull Univ Wisconsin, 66. Productivity of hospital dietary 

personnel: Work sampling methodology. 
J Am Diet Assn 47:104, 65. Producti»ity relationships of 

hospital dietary departments. 
Proc 4th Int Congr Dietetics, Stockholm, Jul 65. Systems 
analyses in hospital dietary departments. 
HM-00202 HSR ISARD, W., Regional Sci. Res. Inst., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Distribution 

of hospital facilit'es in urban regions 
HM-00207 HFRC KNUDSEN, HELEN L., Minnesota Dept. Hlth., 

Minneapolis, Minn. A demonstration for 
plii'iino health care resources 
HM-00208 HSR SMITH, LESTER E., Kansas Health 

Facilities Info. Servi ces, Inc., Topeka, Kans. 
L'emonstration of state-wide organization for 
health facilities olanning 
HSR SHAiN, M., rlosp. Planning Conn. Chicago, III. 
Hospital utilization in a major metropolitan 
area 
HSR CLiBDON, SHEIlA C., Sch. Fine Arts, Univ. 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Organisation of the elements of the 
hoscital buildinn 
HM-00215 HMF WILLIAMS, R.C., Ga. Dept. Pub. Hlth., Atlanta 

Service demonstration in the hospital and medical 
facii>ties program 
HM-00216 HSR BALINTFY, JOSEPH L., Tuiane Univ., 

New Orleans, La. Linear programming 
of r.ienu planning in hospitals 
Commun Assn Computing Machinery 7, tNo4):255, 

Apr 64. Menu coring by computer. 
Hose Topics. Jun 64. Computer writes menus. 



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FREOERIKSEN, G., Minnesota Valley Mem. 

Hosp., Le Sueur, Minn. Pilot, study for 

health center services and facilities 
DAVIS, LOUIS E., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. 

Hospital elective admission scheduling 

decision rules 
Univ Calif, Berkeley, Hum Factors TechnRes 
Group, Rep No HFT-65-4(M), 65. Hospital 
admission scheduling control. 
Univ. Calif, Berkeley, Hum Factors Techn Res 
Group, Rep No HFT-65-5CM), 65. Control of 
a noisy system with asymmetric costs. 
BATES, LEROY E„ Union Memorial Hosp., 

Baltimore, Md Billing hospital 

inpatients from the medical record 
PALMER, H.E., Oregon State Board Health, 

Portland Serjice demonstration grant for 

areawide piannino 
EBERSOLE, W.G., Hospital Assn., Honolulu 

Hawaii state health facilities planning 
KREIDBERG, MARSHALL B., Boston Floating 

Hcsp., Boston, Mass Design and 

construction of a 'lew pediatric hospital 
PETERSON, O.L., Harvard U., Boston, Mass. 

Comparative international study 

of medical care 
PUGH, DELBERT L., Columbus Hosp. Federation, 

Columbus, Ohio Service demonstration oroject— 

l o develop a prototype regional hospital planning 

council 
MacLEISH, RICHARD P., Colorado Hosp. Assn., 

Denver, Colorado Pilot study to 

establish a community olarminq agency 
PENDALL, RUDOLF J., Hosp. Council Maryland, 

Inc., Baltimore, Md. Improving hospital 

personnel practices regional'y 
FITZPATRICK, THOMAS B., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. Design of research 

on hosoiul and health care needs 
COUSIN, J., Greater Detroit Hosp. Council, Mich. 

Develop methodology for hospital obsolescence 

study 
LONG, SAMUEL S., Hosp. Planning Assn., 

Toledo, Ohio Service demonstration 

hospital planning 
STONE, KATHRYN H„ Washington HI*. Fac. 

Coun., Washington, D.C. Health facilities plan 
for the Washington Metropolitan Area 
GRACE,"WILL!AM J., St. Vincent's Hosp., 

New York, N.Y. The St. Vincent's Hospital 

Medical Care Demonstration 
MAYBE RRY, M., New Jersey State Dept. 

Health, Trenton Service demonstra- 
tion project 
KUMAGAI, TSUTOMU, St. Paul Hosp. Planning 

Council, St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul area 

health facilities coordination planning 
CATTANEO, E. GRANT, Hosp. Planning Assn. 

Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Pilot study to establish a regional planning 

agency 
PARKER, RALPH C, Jr., Rochester Hosp. 

Council, Rochester, N.Y. Service 

demonstration project in areawide planning 
HOPPER, SAMUEL H„ Sch. Med., Indiana Univ., 

Bloomington, ind. Reduction of operative 

infection 
RICE, DOYLE K., Washington Univ., St. Louis, 

Mo. Organization of long-term care in general 

hospitals 
FUGLE, CHARLES D., Sch. Hygiene, Pub. Hlth., 

Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

Operations research in the health services 
YOUNG, LEROY K., Sch. Business, Pub. Admin., 

Cornell Univ , Ithaca, New York Com- 
puters models for hospital administration 
HOMMINGA, JOSEPH R„ Michigan Dept. Hlth., 

Lansing, Mich. Areawide planning in 

smaller communities 
TEKOLSTE, ELTON, Indiana Hosp. Assn., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Indiana planning of 

hospitals and 3llied facilities 
FLYNN, R.L., Seattle Area Hosp. Council, 

Seattle, Washington Pilot study to 

establish metropolitan planning 
MARTIN, J.WILLIAM, Charleston Studies Fdn., 

Charleston, W. Va. Grant to establish 

area-wide planning agency 
ROREM, C. RUFUS, Hospital Planning Assn., 

Pittsburgh, Fa. Health facilities 

and urban sorawl 
HARPER, L.M., Hosp. Council San Diego Co., 

Cal. Pilot study to establish a county 

planning agency 
OGDEN, JON A., Hosp. Council Northern 

California, San Francisco, Cal. Pilot 

program to establish a regional planning 

aaencv 
ENGEL, WILLIAM, Hospital Review and Piannino 

Council Western New York, Inc., Buffalo, N.Y. 

Health facility planning for Western New York 
JOST, ARTHUR, South San Joaquin Valley Hosp. 

Conf., Reedley, Cal. Pilot study for 

urban rural regional health planning 



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HMF JACO, E. GARTLY, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Value of 

demographic and social data to hospitals 
HMF KELLEY, ALBERT J., Health and Hosp. Planning 

Council of Met. Savannah, Georgia A 

service demonstration in area-wide planning 
HSR ANDERSON, ODIN W. f Grad. Sch., Univ. Chicago, 

Chicago, Illinois US survey-use of 

medical care-3-country comparison 
HMF MOORE, CHARLES W., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. The 

formulation of design criteria for 

hospital architecture 
COM LAMSON, BALDWIN G., Sch. Med., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Data processing in a medical center 
HSR ROSENTHAL, GERALD D.. Sch. Public Hlth., 

Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. The 

demand for medical care facilities 
Business Rev, Boston Univ, Fall 64. Medical care facilities: 

Potential for income, investment, and employment generation. 
J Am Hosp Assn 38:39, Nov 64. The demand for general 

hospital facilities. 
J Am Pub Health Assn, Nov 65. Factors affecting the utiliza- 
tion of short-term general hospitals. 
Proc Am Statist Assn, Spring 65. The demand for general 

hospital facilities: A principal components analysis. 
HMF STEIGER, WILLIAM A., Temple Univ. Med. Cr., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Experimental center for 

community health (planning) 
HMF PENCHANSKY, ROY, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Manpower and 

industrial relations in hospitals 
HSR WALLACK, P.M., Sch. Eng., Arch., Kansas State 

Univ., Manhattan A relative value 

determination for laboratory tests 
COM LAKE, RAYMOND B., Jr., Memorial Hosp., 

Long Beach, Cal. Data automation research 

and experimentation 
HMF CADMUS, ROBERT R., Sch. Med., Univ. North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. A 

university's responsibility to community hospitals 
HMF CHERKASKY, MARTIN, Montefiore Hosp., 

Bronx, N.Y. Studies for a surgical center 

in a general hospital 
HMF GERTRUDE OF PROVIDENCE, SISTER, Providence 

Hospital, Seattle, Wash. Construction 

of experimental private two-bed units 
HMF TUNKS, OMAR A., Hlth. Fac. Planning 

Council, Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaii 

health facilities demonstration project 
HMF POIRIER, WILFRED A., Maine Hospital Assn., 

Augusta, Maine Project to form a 

health facilities planning council 
HMF SAATHOFF, DONALD E., Hospital Planning 

Council, Portland, Ore. Hospital Planning 

Council for Metropolitan Portland Area 
HMF WELLS, WILSON, Care-Coordinating Council, 

Birmingham, Ala. Areawide planning for 

Birmingham and vicinity 
HMF JOHNSTON, J. HAROLD, New Jersey Hospital 

Assn., Trenton, N.J. Establishing a 

planning agency for New Jersey 
HSR STAPLETON, JOHN F., Georgetown Med. Sch., 

Worcester, Mass. Influence of an 

intern-resident staff on the auality of 

private patient care 
HSR PETERSON, OSLER L., Sch. Med., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Applica- 
tion of a method for evaluating the 

auality of. surgical care 
HMF HELLER, WILLIAM M., Univ. Arkansas 

Med. Cr., Little Rock, Ark. Proposed 

intra-hospital drug distribution system 
HSR BAKER, ROY E., Grad. Sch., Cornell Univ., 

Ithaca, N.Y. Use of variable cost budgets 

in managerial control 
HMF TESTER, WILLIAM W., Col. Pharm., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Study 

of patient care involving a unit dose 

system 
Am J Hosp Pharm 21:345, Aug 64. Decentralized 
pharmacy operations utilizing the unit dose con- 
cept. 
Am J Hosp Pharm 21:351, Aug 64. Decentralized 
pharmacy operations utilizing the unit dose con- 
cept. 
HWF THOMPSON, GUY, Community Chest and Council, 

Cincinnati, Ohio Health facilities planning 

for the Cincinnati area 
ESE ULRICH, JOHN A., Dept. Microbiology, Mayo 

Clinic, Rochester, Minn. Recirculating 

of air in operating rooms 
Trans Assn Am Physicians, May 63. Suscepti- 
bility to infection during experimental alcohol 
intoxication. 
HMF CATTANEO, EVERETT G., Hosp. Planning Assn. 

So. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Demonstrate operation of regional 

planning agency 
HMF KNUTTI, SARAH H., Miners Memorial Hosp. Assn, 

Washington, D.C. A study of the regional 

hospital organization of MMHA 



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HSR McCORKLE, LOIS P., University Hospitals, 

Cleveland, Ohio Use of in-patient 

facilities of a university hospital 
HSR SHEATSLEY. PAUL B., 55 Fifth Avenue, 

New York, New York Analysis 

of hospital utilization survey 
HMF PRICE, DEREK W., Hosp., Hlth. Facility 

Planning Comm. of San Diego Co., 

San Diego, Cal. Demonstration project 

of a regional planning agency 
HMF FLYiMN, ROBERT L., Hlth. Facilities Planning, 

Development Bd., Inc.. Seattle, Wash. 

Planning for Seattle area health 

facilities 
HSR GOERKE, LENOR S., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. Evalu- 
ating quality of care by scientific audit 
HSR HILL, LAWRENCE A., Grad. Sch. Business 

Admin., Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Costs of educational programs in hospitals 
HMF CARITHERS, ROBERT W., Metropolitan St. 

Louis Hosp., St. Louis, Mo. 

Area-wide planning — Hospitals and 

allied facilities 
COM SPENCER, WILLIAM A., Texas Inst. 

Rehabilitation, Res., Houston, Texas 

System for processing clinical research 

data 
HMF GOTTLIEB, SYMOND R„ Hospital Area Planning 

Committee, Milwaukee, Wis. Health 

facilities planning for Milwaukee area 
HMF DORNBLASER, BRIGHT M., Franklin Co. Pub. 

Hosp., Greenfield, Mass. Geriatric 

rehabilitation in a community hospital 
COM LINDBERG, DONALD A.B., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Hospital 

laboratory data transmission and 

retrieval 
COM DIETIKER, K. EDWARD, Children's Asthma 

Res. Inst, and Hosp., Denver, Colo. 

Feasibility study of an automated coded 
data system 
HSR MULLER, CHARLOTTE F., Fac. Med., Columbia 

Univ., New York, N.Y. Drug standards 

and prescribing in New York hospitals 
Hospitals 40:2, Jan 66. Formularies and drug standards in 

metropolitan hospitals. 
HMF JACO, E. GARTLY, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. A 

demonstration of reducing hospital 

costs by sharing services 
BREDESON, BRUCE E., Arrowhead Region 

Planning Council for Hlth. Facilities, Services, 

Duluth, Minn. Arrowhead Region Planning 

Council for Health Facilities and Services 
JANZEN, JOHN E., Regional Hlth. Planning, 

South San Joaquin Valley, Visalia, Cal. 

Voluntary regional health planning project 
HUFNAGEL, CHARLES A., Georgetown Univ. 

Med. Cr., Washington, D.C. Research 

to improve the auality and efficiency 

of medical care 
LEVY, RICHARD P., University Hosp., 

Cleveland, Ohio Use of computers 

for retrieval of hospital records 
JAMA 190:1033, Dec 64. Computer handling of ambulatory 

clinic records. 
COM SELIGSON, DAVID, Sch. Med., Yale Univ. 

New Haven, Conn. Study of data 

systems for clinical oatholoav 
DONAHER, J.C., Hosp. Planning Council of 

Greater Miami Valley, Dayton, Ohio 

Areawide Hospital Planning Council 
JOHNSTON, J. HAROLD, Hlth. Facilities 

Planning Council for N.J., 

Princeton. N.J. Implementation 

of a Planning Council for New Jersev 
BARTSCHT, KARL G., Univ. Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Demonstration and evaluation of 

hospital staffing methods 
Am J Hosp Pharm, Oct 65. Pharmacy staffing methodology - 

A management tool. 
Canad Hoso. Apr 66. Work measurement in the hosoital office. 
Hosp Account, Jan 66. Work measurement. 
Hospitals, Mar 66. Linen production methods analyzed in 

the laundry. 
Hospitals, Mar 66. Man-minute computations form the basis 

for new staffing methodology. 
Hospitals, Mar 66. Range of required skills detailed in study 

of the pharmacy function. 
Hospitals, Mar 66. Time analyzed for alternative food flow 

systems. 
J Am Diet Assn, Jul 65. Methodology for determining dietary 

staffing in hospitals. 
COM WALKER, JAMES E.C., Peter Bent Brigham 

Hosp., Boston, Mass. Electronic 

data processing of ambulatory services 

of teaching hosoitals 
HSR WATERSTRAAT, MARY J., American Assn. 

Med. Record Librarians, Chicago, III. 

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and formulas 



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HM-00420 HSR BURNETTE, CHARLES H„ Grad. Sch. Fine 

Arts, Univ. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
An information system for hospital planning 

HM-00430 HSR FERRELL, EDWARD ST, SR., Univ. Alabama 

Med. Cr., Birmingham, Ala. Instruments for 
predicting absenteeism and turnover 

HM-00431 HSR VALINSKY, DAVID, Maimonides Hosp., 

Brooklyn, N.Y. Optimum utilization 
of hospital ancillary services 

HM-00436 HMF ROMIENIEC, EDWARD J., Sch. Architecture, 

Texas AM Univ., College Station, Tex. 
Adaptable building system--Progressive 
patient care 
Architectural Eng News, p. 61, Nov 65. Patient care modules. 
Architectural Rec, p. 202, Sep 65. An adaptable building 
system for progressive patient care. 

HM-00437 HSR ROTH, JULIUS A., Grad. Sch., Boston 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Utilization 
and functioning of the emergency service 

HM-00443 HSR PERKINS, RALPH L., Hosp. Univ. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Feasibility— In 
house continuing administrative research 
unit 

HM-00446 HMF DERRY. JOHN R., California State Dept. 

Pub. Hlth., Berkeley, Cal. Demonstra- 
tion of a state information system for 
health facilities planning 



NR STRmUSS, ANSELM W., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

California Med. Cr., San Francisco, Cal. 
Nutrition as an aspect of nursing care 
Awareness of Dying, Aldine Pub Co. , Chicago, III. , 65. 
NR NEWTON, MILDRED E., Sch. Nursing, Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Nurse action in 
relief of oain 
NR KELLY, KATHERINE, Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Clinical 
inference in the field of nursing 
NR FLITTER, HESSEL H., Natl. League Nursing, 

N.Y.C. Study on cost of nursing 
education 
Study on CosTTsmireiffirE-qTJcatian: Cost of 
Basic Baccalaureate and Associate Degree 
fEosiamS, National League Nursing, NY, 65. 
NR DUFF, RAYMOND S., Grace-New Haven Hosp., 

New Haven, Conn. A study of nursing 
in a general hospital 
NR HENLEY, BARBARA M., Cornell Univ. Med. Col., 

N.Y.C. Psychosocial needs of elderly 
out-patients 
HSR SMALLEY, HAROLD E., Georgia Inst. Tech., 
Atlanta, Ga. Disposable versus 
reprocessed hosoital supplies 
Hosp Manage 97:78, Jan 64. 
decisions. Cost factors. 
Hosp Manage 97:78, May 64. 
decisions. Carrying costs. 
Hosp Manage 97:92, Mar 64. 

decisions: Inventory policies. 
Hosp Manage 97:135, Apr 64. Hospital supply 

decisions: Order costs. 
Hosp Manage 97:92, Feb 64. Hospital supply 
decisions. Cost predictions. 
NR THURSTON, JOHN R., Wisconsin State Univ., 

Eau Claire, Wis. Prediction of success in 
nursing education 
Nurs Outlook, Mar 65. "Search or research" The prediction of 

success in schools of nursing. 
Nurs Res, Summer 65. Relationship of personality to 

achievement in nursing education. 
Luther Hospital Sentence Completions and Nursing Sentence 



Hospital study 
Hospital supply 
Hospital supply 



Completions-A Manual, Luther Hosp, bau Claire, Wis, 

ocTot: 

Prediction of Success in Nursing Education, Phase 1, Luther 

Hoso, bau Claire. Wisconsin, Jan 6b. 
NR ELLIOTT, JO E., Western Interstate Comm. 

Educ, Boulder, Colorado Defining 
clinical content—Graduate nursing programs 
NR HASSENPLUG, LULU W., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. An 
evaluation and study of faculty research 
potential 
NR AUSTIN, FLORENCE C, Visiting Nurse Assn., 

Hartford, Conn. Community nursing 
services for psychiatric patients 
Am J Pub Health 54, (No 2):226, Feb 64. 
Characteristics of psychiatric patients who 
utilize public health nursing services. 
NR TSCHUDIN, MARY S., Univ. Washington, 

Seattle, Washington Program for research 
development in nursing 
SSS HENDERSON, VIRGINIA A., Sch. Nursing, Yale 

Univ., New Haven, Conn. Index to 
research in nursing for publication 
Nursing Studies Index 1957-1959 , L. B. 
Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, v. 4, 63. 
NR NAHM, HELEN, Sch. Nursing, Univ. California, 

San Francisco, Cal. The development of 
identities in nursing 
Nurs Res 13, (No 1), Winter 64. Baccalaureate 
students' images of nursing. 



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Hum Organization 23, Summer 64. The faces of 
Florence Nightingale: Functions of the heroine 
legend in an occupational sub-culture. 

Sociometry 26, Mar 63. Initiation into a wbmaWs 
profession: Identity problems in the status 
transition of coed to student nurse. 

The Nursing Profession. Preface, John Wiley, 
New York, Fall 65. 

The Nursing Profession. John Wiley, New York, 
Fall 65. Problems and issues in collegiate 
nursing education. 

NR BAZIAK, ANNA T., Sch. Nursing, Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Investigation of nursing 

values in a psychiatric hospital 
NR McKINNEY, JOHN C, Sch. Nursing, Duke Univ., 

Durham, N.C. The professionalization 

process in nursing 
Hum Organization, Dec 65. Time sampling as a 
field technique. 
NR SOMMERMEYER, LUCILLE, Sch. Nursing, Boston 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Improving 

competencies in research of selected nurses 
Nurs Forum 3, (No 1):26, 64. Notes on pa- 
tient teaching—A neglected area. 
NR KEMBLE, ELIZABETH L., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Nursing needs of rural ambulant patients 
NR SIMMONS, L. WILLIAM, Teachers C, Columbia 

Univ., N.Y.C. Role images and 

opportunities for nurses in Turkey 
NR SMITH, GENE M., Catherine Laboure School 

of Nursing, Dorchester, Mass. Nursing 

student selection and job satisfaction 
NR WOODEN, HOWARD E., St. Mary's Hosp., 

Evansville, Ind. Hospital culture, 

the nurse, and patient care 
Ob5tet GyneC 25, (NO 2):Z32, Feb 65. Infection 
control in family -centered maternity care. 
NR HASSINGER, EDWARD W., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. The role 

of the local public health nurse 
NR SIMMONS, LEO W., Teachers Col., Columbia 

Univ., New York, N.Y. Vocational 

images and cooing patterns of public 

health nurses in Jamaica 
NR BRYANT, W.D., Community Studies, Kansas 

City, Mo. Minimal nursing service staffing 

Experiment 
NR WALKER, VIRGINIA H., Indiana Univ. Med. Cr., 

Indianapolis, Ind. Ritualism in nursing 

and its effect on patient care 
NR RUDNICK, BETTY, Sch. Nursing, Univ. Texas, 

Galveston, Texas Performance variables 

in collegiate nursing education 
NR SHIRK, FRIEDA I., Sch. Nursing, Ohio State 

Univ. Res. Fdn., Columbus, Ohio 

Improving competence of nursing faculty in research 
NR REESE, EVA M., Visiting Nurse Sen/., 

New York, N.Y. Public health nursing for 

the sick at home 
NR STRAUSS, ANSELM, Sch., Nurs., Univ. 

California, San Francisco, Cal. Hospital 

personnel. Nursing care, and dying patients 
Am Behav Sci 8, (No 6):5, Feb 65. Discovery of substantive 

theory: A basic strategy underlying qualitative research. 
Am J Nurs 64, (No 6), Jun 64. The social loss of dying 

patients. 
Am J Sociol 71, (No 1):48, Jul 65. Temporal aspects of dying 

as a non-scheduled status passage. 
Am Sociol Rev 29, ( No 5) :669, Oct 64. Awareness contexts 

and social interaction. 
Am Sociol Rev 30, (No 51:779. Oct 65. Reolv to Abramhamson. 
Hoso Tooics 43, (No 8), Aug 65. Dying on time. 
Hospitals, Vol 38, Jan 64. The nonaccountability of terminal 

care. 
Nurs Outlook 12, (No 1), Jan 64. Nursing students, assign- 
ments, and dying patients. 
Nurs Sci 2, (No 65:432, Dec 64. Nursing services and the 

care of dying patients. 
Social Problems 12, (No 4):436, Spring 65. The constant 

comparative method of qualitative analysis. 
Trans-Action 2. (No 4):27, May-Jun 65. Dying on time. 
Awareness nf Dying. Aldine Pub Co, 65. 
NR LAMBERTSEN, ELEANOR C, Teachers Col., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Utilization 

of sabbaticals for research training 
NR PSATHAS, GEORGE, WalWIngton Univ., 

St. Louis, Mo. Role differentials 

and nursing ideology 
NR SINDBERG, RONALD, Central Wis. Colony 

Training Sch., Madison, Wis. A study 

of an extendor role for professional nurses 
HSR YETT, DONALD E., Washington Univ., St. Louis, 

Mo. An economic analysis of the hospital 

nursing shortage 
NR THIGPEN, LORNA, Sch. Nursing, Emory Univ., 

Atlanta, Ga. A project to develop faculty 

research competence 
Brochure: Report of a Demonstration Study: The Maternity 
Nurse in a Hospital-Clinic betting , bmory Univ bch Nurs, 
Atlanta, bb. 
J Nurs Educ 4, (No 3):3and 34, Aug. 65. Teaching family 

health nursing. 
NR HANSEN, ANN C, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

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flU-00060 NR DUMAS, RHETAUGH G., Sch. Nursing., Yale NU-00072 

Univ., New Haven, Conn. Clinical 
experiments in nursing practice 
Am J Nurs 63:8, Aug 63. Psychological prepa- NU-00077 

ration for surgery. 
Am J Psychiatl20, (No 9):890, Mar64. The 
nurse's role in individualizing the admission NU-O0078 

process in a psychiatric hospital. 
Hosp Topics, Jun 64. The focus on preoperative 

preparation. 
Nurs Forum 2, (No 2), Fall 63. Patient par- NU-00080 

ticipation vs. patient passivity. 
Nurs Forum 2, (No 3), 63. The patient comes 

to the hospital. 
Nurs Forum 2, (No 3):24, 63. Parents in 

pediatrics. 
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field experiments in dyadic interaction. 
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in a psychiatric hospital. 
Hosp Topics, May 64. Psychological preparation beneficial— 

If based on individual's needs. NU-0008S 

Nurs Forum 3, (No 2):79, 64. Effect of the patient's partici- 
pation on the outcome of a nursing procedure. 
Nurs Res 12, (No 1):12, 63. Effect of nursing on the incidence MU-00087 

of postoperative vomiting: A clinical experiment. 
Nurs Res 13:2, 64, An experimental comparison of the effect- 
iveness and efficiency of three nursing approaches. NU-O0O89 
Nurs Res 13:4, 64. TowardUeveTopment of nursing practice 

theory. 
Nurs Res 14:2, 65. Two experimental tests of a patient- NU-00092 

centered admission process. 
Nurs Res 14, (No 1)71, Winter 65. The uses of behavioral 

sciences in nursing: Further comment. MU-00093 

Social Interaction and Patient Ca re, J B Lippincott, 
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preoperative preparation. 
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Philadelphia, 6b. An experimental test of the importance ^^ 

of communication skills for effective nursing. NU-00094 

NU-00062 NR TAYLOR, CALVIN W., Sch. Letters, Sci., Univ. 

Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Measurement 

and prediction of nursing performance NU-00095 

NU-00063 NR WALO, FLORENCE S., Sch. Nursing, Yale Univ., 

New Haven, Conn. Proposal to develop 
nursing faculty research ability 
Am J Nurs, Nov 63. The helping art of nursing. 
Bull Am Coll Nurs Midwifery 8, (No 2), Summer 
63. Contributions of nurse-midwifery to ma- 
ternity care today. 
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Co, Spring 64. 
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clouds emergency care. 
Nurs Res 13, (No 3):309, Fall 64. Toward nurs- 
ing practice theory. 
Nurs Res 14, (No Z), Spring 65. Two experimen- 
tal tests of a patient-centered admission 
process. 
Nurs Res 13, (No 3):309, Fall 64. Toward nursing practice 

theory. 
Clinical Nursing: A Helping Art, Springer Pub Co, New York, 

~sr. 

Studies in Emotional Expression, Springer Pub Co, NU-00097 

New York. bb. l-acial expressions as indicators of distress. 
NU-00064 HSR FEYERHERM, ARLIN M., Grad. Sch., 

Kansas State Univ. Agr., Applied Sci., 

Manhattan, Kans. Measures of hospital NU-00101 

patient care loads 
NU-00065 NR McLEMORE, SAMUEL D., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Texas, Austin, Texas Organizational NU-00103 

effects of nurse management workshops 
NU-00066 NR SOLON, JERRY A., Grad. Sch. Pub. Hlth., 

Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. Nursing NU-00104 

students' use of medical services 
NU-00067 HSR FORD, AMASA B., Sch. Med., Western Reserve 

Univ., Cleveland, Ohio Continued care by 
nurses and doctors—An experiment 
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NU-00068 MH SCHLOTFELDT, ROZELLA M., Sch. Nursing, NIRJ0105 

Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 
Sensory deprivation and effective nurse 

interventions NU-00107 

NU-00069 NR SCHLOTFELDT, ROZELLA M., Sch. Nursing, 

Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, Ohio 
Faculty research development 
Nurs Res 12:153, Summer 63. Nurses and behavior- NU-00112 

al scientists: An alternative assessment. 
The" Development drFacultv Competence 7n~Res~- 
earch, Nat League for Nursing, 64. Assessment 
or on-going research in nursing. NU-00113 

Am J Nurs, Oct 65. Hypoohysectomy with yttrium 90. 
J Med Educ, Aug 65. The nurses view of the changing nurse- 
physician relationship. 
Mosby's Comprehensive Revi ew of Nursing . 6th Ed, 65. 

Teacher-Practitioner: Collaborators for the Improvement of NU-00T16 

Nursing Care, Nat League Nursing, New York, Ob. 
Teachers as exemplars of nursing practice. 



NR NAHM, HELEN, Univ. California Med. Cr., 

San Francisco, Cal. An experiment in 
nursing curriculums at a university 
NR STONE, JOSEPH, Mount Sinai Hosp., Milwaukee, 

Wis. Home care in comparison with 
continued hospitalization 
NR INGMIRE, ALICE E., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 
California Med. Cr., San Francisco. Cal. 
Investigating effectiveness of a leadership 
program in nursing 
NR WHITE, RUTH P., Col. Med., Univ. Vermont, 

Burlington, Vt. Patient care classifi- 
cation—Methods and application _ 
"J"Ctiretifc"Dls 17:761 ,'W." Patient care classifica- 
tion as a basis for estimating graded inpatient 
hospital facilities. 
NR SMITH, ALICE E., Columbia Union Col., 
Takoma Park, Md. To improve 
faculty competency in research 
Vocational Quid Quart, Winter 65. The nurse 
stereotype must go. 
NR CULVER, CHARLES M., Sch. Nursing, Duke Univ. 

Med. Cr., Durham, N.C, The acquisition 
of interpersonal sensitivity by nurses 
NR FRITZ, EDNA L., Sch. Nursing, Univ. Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Faculty project for 
strengthening research competence 
NR GROSS, YUKIE T., Col. Nursing, Univ. Hawaii, 

Honolulu, Hawaii Characteristics of 
collegiate nursing students Hawaii 
HSR WILSON, DOROTHY, Community Nursing Services, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Combining nursing 
agencies 
NR RICHARDSON, ELIZABETH H., Sch. Nursing, 

Tuskegee Inst., Tuskagee, Alabama 
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the home 
Nurs Outlook 12, (No 6), Jun 64. A teachmobile 
for premature infant care. 
NR LITTLE, DOLORES E., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. Nurse 
specialists' effect on recovery in tuberculosis 
NR HOWLAND, DANIEL, Col. Eng., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio The nurse-monitor 
in a patient-care system 
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to the systems problem. 
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model. 
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research. 
Am J Pub Health 55, (No 10) , Oct 65. Review of Robert M. 

Farrier's 'Patient monitoring in the hospital 1 . 
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Philadelphia, Pa. Intensive nursing care 
in acute myocardial infarction 
Acad Med New Jersey Bull 10:304, 64. The con- 
cept and system for intensive coronary care. 
Am J Nurs 65:76, 65. Nursing in a coronary care 

unit. 
JAMA 191:187, 65. Danger in cardioversion: 

Height of R and T waves. 
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with acute myocardial infarction. 
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decrease deaths. 
NR ELLIOTT, JO ELEANOR, Western Interstate 

Comm. for Higher Educ, Boulder, Colorado 
Investigation of nursing content— Bacca- 
laureate nursing programs 
NR GLASER, WILLIAM A., Fac. Political Sci., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Cross- 
cultural study of patients 
NR LYNCH, THERESA I., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
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NR SMITH, GENE, Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., 

Boston, Mass. Relationship of personality 
to success in nursing school 
Nurs Res 14, (No 1):54, Winter 65. The role of personality 
in nursing education: A comparison of successful and un- 
successful nursing students. 
NR JOHNSON, WALTER L., American Nurses" Fdn., 
Inc., New York, N.Y. Crucial variables in 
nurse-patient interaction 
HM MARSHALL, HELEN E., Grad. Sch., 

Illinois State Normal Univ., Normal, 
III. Adelaide Nutting and rise of 
the nursing profession 
NR SMITH, DOROTHY M., Col. Nursing, Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. A 
project to improve research competency 
in faculty 
HM G0WAN, SISTER M. OLIVIA, College of 
St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minn. The 
development of professional nursing at 
CUA 1932-1958— Relationships to the 
national scene 
NR PERLMUTTER, BEATRICE, Bronx Community 

Col., Bronx, N.Y. New dimensions for 
improvement of clinical nursing— Development 
of criteria to measure the effectiveness of 
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NR CRAYTOR, JOSEPHINE K., Sch. Med., Dent., NU-00145 

Univ. Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. 
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nursinq NU-00146 

NR SELMANOFF, EUGENE D., Indiana Univ. Med. 

Cr., Indianapolis, Ind. Ambiguities 

in the nurse-doctor role relationship NU-0O150 

Nurs Outlook p. 57, Feb 65. Management: A 

factor in clinical nursinq. 
NurS Rer IT, (No TTTZ, WTrilef 65. 7*rn"oVe~~dn "Hi* 
accuracy of the temperature, pulse and rcspua- 
tion procedure. 
Nurs Res 14, tNolTTSS, Winter 65. The Ward 
manager system: A case study of the organiza-i NU-00154 

tion of hospital nursing care. 
NR FAVILLE, KATHARINE, Col. Nursing, Wayne 

State Univ., Detroit, Mich. Identifica- 
tion of researchable nursinq care problems- 
-A plan for exploration 
NR LEVINE.SOL, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Relationship NU-00158 

of nursing education to performance 
NR BERTHOLD, JEANNE S., F.P. Bolton Sch. 

Nursing, Western Reserve Univ., NU-00163 

Cleveland, Ohio Process of concept 
attainment and nurses' preferences 
NR WOODEN, HOWARD E., Col. Nursing, Univ. NU-00167 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Care programming 
and the nursing analysis 
NR McDOWELL, WANDA, American Nurses Assn., MU-O0168 

New York, N.Y. Nursing research 
critique proposal for conferences 
NR WIENS, ARTHUR N., Univ. Oregon Med. SchT, 

Portland, Ore. Studies of verbal Interaction NU-0O170 

behavior of nurses 

Nurs Res 14:322, 65. Interview interaction behavior of 

supervisors, head nurses, and staff nurses. NU-00175 

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COULTER, PEARL P., Sch. Nursing, Univ. 

Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Climate of 

scientific inquiry for faculty development 
SIMON, HELEN M., New York City Dept. Health, 

N.Y.C. Exploration of parental 

utilization of nursina services for 

children 



NR LEWIS, CHARLES E., Univ. Kansas Med. Cr., 

Kansas City, Kans. The dynamics of 

nursing in ambulatory patient care 
NR SACHS, MARVIN L., Hosp. Univ. Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Circulatory and 

postural factors in pressure sores 
NR GEORGOPOULOS, BASIL S., Univ. Michigan 

Ann Arbor, Mich. Effectiveness of 

a clinical nurse specialist role 
Nurs Forum, Aug 66. The hospital system and nursing: Some 

basic problems and issues. 
Nurs Sci 3:446, Dec 65. The influence of specialization 

on the nursing profession. 
NR FREEMAN, RUTH B., Sch. Hygiene, Pub. Hlth., 

Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, Md. 

Faculty research development program 
Am J pub Health, Mar 66. An epidemiological study of 

cerebrovascular strokes. 
Chronic Diseases and Public Health, Johns Hopkins Press, 

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NR KLAUS, DAVID J., American Inst. Research, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Controlling experience to 

improve nursing proficiency 
NR FAVILLE, KATHERINE, Col. Nursing, Wayne 

State Univ., Detroit, Mich. Faculty 

research development grant 
NR QUINN, MILDRED D., Col. Nursing, Univ. 

Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah Development 

of faculty competence in research 
NR ABRAHAMSEN, CHRISTINE E., Med., Hlth. Res. 

Assn. New York City, Inc., New York, N.Y. 

Preliminary inauiry into management of secondary 

school-student health problems 
NR McKENNA, JOSEPH V., St. Louis Univ., 

St. Louis, Mo. The service manager 

system—Nurse efficacy and cost 
NR PAVALKO, RONALD M., Col. Letters, Sci., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. A longitudinal 

study of nursing careers 
NR CONANT, LUCY H., Sch. Nursing, Yale Univ., 

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nurse-patient give and take 
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Nurs Res 14, (No 4) :304, 65. Use of Bales' interaction pro- 
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biocoiloidal matter in the atmosphere. 
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isotopic nitric acids. 
Spectrochim Acta 17:206, 61. Urey-Bradley po- 
tential constants in nitrosyl and nitryl halides. 
Spectrochim Acta 17:218, 61. Urey-Bradley po- 
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AP-00023 ESE ADAMS, DONALD P., Washington State Univ., 

Pullman, Wash. Gas chromatography 
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Arch Environ Health 8, (No 1):39, Jan 64. The 

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J Colloid Sci 19, (No 3):193, Mar 64. Deter- 
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J Colloid Sci 19, (No 3):213, Mar 64. Aero- 
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J Colloid Sci 19, (No 3):223, Mar 64. Aero- 
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Arch Environ Health 10:251, Feb 65. Effects of 

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of airborne fungi 
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XII. Materials, methods, and general results 
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XIII. Diurnal studies in 1959-60. 

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aeromvcoloqv. XIV. Diurnal studies 1961-1962. 
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APCA J 11557, 61. Pollen sampling and dis- 
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Brookhaven Nat Lab BNL 957, Upton, NY, Dec 65. Twenty- 
four-hour dispersion of ragweed pollen from known sources. 
ESE TEBBENS, B.D., U. California, Berkeley 
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ESE AMDUR, MARY 0., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard 
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Am Indust Hyg Assn j 22, Feb 61. Respira- 
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SD HOGAN, M.J., U. California, San Francisco 

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MC VINGIELLO, FRANK A., Grad. Sch., Virginia 

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J Med Chem 7:121, 64. Synthesis of the three 

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J Med Chem 7:832, 64. 9-Thienylanthracenes. 
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J Org Chem 26:2228, 61. Some new alkyl 1, 2, 

3, 4-dibenzopyrenes. 
J Org Chem 28:3253, 63. The synthesis of naph- 

tho (2, l-a)perylene and dibenzo (ae) - perylene. 
J Org Chem 29:2180, 64. 12-Pyridylbenz (a) an- 
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(a) anthracenes. 
Proc Air Pollut Contr Assn 58th Ann Mtg, Torontp, 
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ESE HECK, WALTER W., Grad. Sch. Agr., Texas AM 
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J Air Pollut Contr Assn 11549, 61. Effects 
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J-AirPo11uE Conl"r"AsTn"I4:255",~64\ "Plant "injury 
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Am Industr Ass J 23:181, May-Jun 62. Mac- 
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Proc 56th Ann Mtg APCA, Detroit, Michigan, 
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Am Industr Hyg Assn J 22:54, 61. Isolation of 

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J Air Pollut Contr Assn 11:313,61. Air pollution 

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J Air Pollut Contr Assn j.3:54o, oi. Bronchial 
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PhD Thesis, Rutgers Univ, 64. The sorption of 
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ESE HATLEY, A.M., U. Illinois, Urbana 

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ESE DICKSON, D.R., U. Utah, Salt Lake City, 

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J Am Chem Soc 85:2544, 63 . Activation 

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J Am Chem Soc 86:4240, 64. Photochemical 

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J Chem Phys 39:238, 63. The primary process 
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J Phys Chem 66:2456, 62. Effects in the 

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Proc Nat ACS Mtg, New York, Sep 62. Effects of 
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Proc Nat ACS Mtg, Los Angeles, Apr 63. 
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Proc Nat ACS Mtg, New York, Sep 63. Some 

aspects of the photooxidation of diethyl ketone. 
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J~A"m "Ctfem Soc" 8612069 ," 64 7 "Ffe~e" radical addilffih 
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Proc~4lfiTnt CoTTgr PhotochemPhoTdBTdl, OxforrJ, 
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"pTe~6rg"anTc moTeculefTnduced by~non-idhizmg 
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Proc~6Ih Pho'fo'c hem Cont, Davis, - CaT ft, p. XT, 
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J Am Chem Soc 84:4409, 65. The roles of molecular 
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J Phys Chem 70:1691, 66. The vapor phase reaction of methyl 

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J Phys Chem 70:2066, 66. Intermolecular energy transfer: 

Photoelimination of halogen atoms from aromatic ketones. 
Photochem Photobiol 4:305, 65. The transfer and conversion 

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APCA J 12:29, Jan 62. Composition of natural 

fresh air. 
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JORDAN, R.C., U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 
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Cereal Sci Today 6:49, 61. Particle sizing In 

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J Phys Chem 69:1022, 65. The formation and decomposition 
reactions of the acetyl radical and the heat of formation of 
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chemicals to protect plants from smog damage. 
Lasca Leaves 13, (No 2), Spring 63. Studies 
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Lasca Leaves 14:74, 64. The reduction of oxidants by gum 

quaiac. 
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damage to plants. 
ESE McCRONE, W.C., McCrone Res. Inst., Chicago, 
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of particulate dusts 
ESE PEARSON, JOHN E., Col. Eng., Univ. Illinois, 
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biologic effects of air pollutants 
TURK, A., City College, N.Y.C. 
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BRANDT, W.W., Kansas State U., Manhattan 

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to photochemical reaction products. 
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Boyce Thompson Inst 22:207, 63. A semi- 
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analysis of fl uoride in bi ological materials. 

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pressure in isolated lunq. 
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64. Vulnerable phase— fact or fancy? 
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AP-00211 ESE LOW, MANFRED J.D., Sch. Chem., Rutgers 

State Univ., New Brunswick, N.J. 
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Proc 7th Ann Air Pollution Med Res Conf, Los 
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A study of Denver air pollution 
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Anal Chem 36, (No 121:2256, 64. Quantitative 
determination of parts-per-million quantities of 
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Arch Environ Healtlfl0:364, Feb 65. Tfeaftlrand 
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ESE THOMPSON, C. RAY, Univ. California, Riverside, 
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Plant Physiol, 40 (Suppl):20, 65. Effect of ozone on perme- 
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Plant Physiol, 40: <Suppll:66, 65. The stimulatory effect of 

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and the trappinq of air pollutants. 
ESE PATTERSON, CLAIR C, California Inst. Tech., 
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Anal Chem 36, (No 6):1126, May 64. Multi- 
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Anal Chem 37:398, Mar 65. Aromatic hydrocarbons produced 

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Symposium on Air Pollution , Am Soc Testing and Materials, 

Jun. 64. Particulate air pollutants resulting from combustion. 
TOX MILLER, GENE W., Col. Sci., Utah State Univ., 
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Plant Cell Physiology 6:45, 65. The uptake and 
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Minneapolis, Minn. Evaluation of optical 
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"J AmChem Soc"86:3606, 64. Photochemical 
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PrOc 4fli Int CongrTholochem PhOtobTOl ; Oxford, 
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electronic energy in some 'model' photochem- 
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ESE MURRAY, FRANCIS E., British Columbia Res. 
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Vancouver, B.C., Canada A study of 
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SSS YATES, WESLEY E., Col. Agr., Univ. 

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Arch Environ Health 8:139, 64. Antibodies to 

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on oxygen consumption and enzyme activity on 
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Arch Environ Health 10:274, Feb 65. Nitrogen 
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ESE THOMAS, JEROME F., Sanitary Engineering 
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ESE CORN, MORTON, Grad. Sch., Univ. Pittsburgh, 
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BM GOCKE, THOMAS M., Seton Hall Col. Med., 

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Arch Environ Health, Feb 65. Predicting respir- 
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m ites of the Pacific No_rthwest_ 

Ann Entom Soc Am 58, TNo 3) :259, May 65. Th4 
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BM MENZEL, R. WINSTON, Grad. Sch., Florida State 

Univ., Tallahassee, Fla. Control of 
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J Bact 86 (No 2):347, 63 . Improved cat test 
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incidence of S. aureus in market meats 
Appl Microbiol 10:247, May 62. Coagulase- 

oositive staphylococci in meats. 
Appl Microbiol 10:252, May 62. Antibiotic 
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growth of Staphylococcus aureus in different 
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TOX FOLTZ, VERNON 0., Kansas State Univ., 
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bacteria in marketed foods 
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of staphylococci in dairv oroducts. 
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TOX STRONG, DOROTHY H., Sch. Home Ec„ Univ. 
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Proc Inst Food Techn Ann Mtg 179, 64. Clostridium 

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TMP RATHBURN, C.B., Jr., Fla. State Bd. Hlth., 
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BM JEZESKI, JAMES J., Jr., Univ. Minnesota, 

St. Paul, Minn. Staphylococcus 
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J Dairy Sci 48, (No 6):774, 65. Heat resistance of 

Staphylococcus aureus isolated from milk and cheese. 
BM FRANK, HILMER A., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii Studies on 
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J Org Chem 29:2107, 647~Nuc"tear magnetic 
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system of Streptococcus diacetilactis. 
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EF-00140 BM SMALLEY, EUGENE B., Univ. Wisconsin, 

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EF-00141 TOX HERREID, ERNEST O., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. High temperature 

effects on properties of milk 
Am Milk Rev 23. SeD 61. Milk concentrates. 
Dept Agric Econ Bull No 4, Univ Illinois, Dec 62. 

Marketing of sterilized milk oroducts. 
J Dairy Sci 44:552, 61. Photomicrographs of 

milk orotein Darticles. 
J Dairy Sci 45:1459, Dec 62. Sulfhydryl and 

disulfide groups in proteins. 
J Dairy Sci 46:10387 63". Effects of phosphates 
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J Dairy Sci 46:1309, 63. Cleaning and sanitizing 

dairv eauipment. 
J Dairy Sci 46:1348, 63. Determination of sulf- 
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J Dairy" Sci 47, 64. Effect of denaturing agents 
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J Dairy Sci 47, 64. Measurement of protein sta- 
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J Dairy Sci 47, 64. Stability of sterile model 

systems of milk proteins. 
J Dairy Sci 47:356, 64. Spectrophotometry 

determination of protein in milk. 
J Dairy Sci 47:754, 64. Assaying sterile 
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ESE BLOODGOOD, D.E., Purdue U., Lafayette, Ind. 
The physical and chemical composition of 
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TMP HARRINGTON, R.W., Jr., Florida State Bd. 
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Physiol Zool 36(4), 63. Twenty-four-hour 
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EF-00152 TOX TAUBER, OSCAR E., Grad. Sch., Iowa State U„ 

Ames, Iowa Histochemistry of tissues 
from mice fed contaminants 
EF-00154 TOX BERRY. CLYDE M., Inst. Agr. Med., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa A tissue 
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EF-00156 TOX PRATT, HARLAN K., Col. Agr., Univ. 

California, Davis, Cal. Physiology 
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I , Proc 20 374, 61. Respiration of ripening 
cantaloupe fruit and phosphate acceptor level. 

Plant Physiol 37:31, 62. Ethylene production, 
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Recen? Ad v ances in Botan y, Univ Toronto Press, 
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Am TocTToiTTcinr Sci 84 : 49, 64. Effect oTsTage 
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lnt J Appl Radiat 15:545, 64. Absorption of 

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EF-00157 TOX LUH, BOR S., Col. Agr., Univ. California, Davis, 

Cal. Plant hormone effects and residues 
in canned fruit 

Food Techn 17:105, 63. Chemical and color 

changes in canned r.oole sauce. 
Fruchtsaft-lnd ver Confructa 7:33, 62. Spek- 
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J Food Sci 29, (No 6), Nov- Dec 64. Anthocyanin 

piqments in Binq cherries. 
J Food Sci 29, (No 6):744, Nbv-Dec 64'. ETFecT 
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EF-00158 ESE BOWERY, T.G., North Carolina State C, 

Raleigh Organic 

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JTcdn^EnTdni^Tr fNo 2) :258, Apr 64. The ab- 
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EF-00159 TOX WHITAKER, J.R., Col. Agr., U. California, 

Davis Use of enzymes for tenderizing 
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Arch Biochem 97:122, Apr 62. Ficin-cata- 

Ivzed hydrolysis of elastin. 
J Food Sci 27:250, 62. Enzymatic degrada- 
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J Food Sci 28:168, 63. Enzymatic solubiliza- 
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JTood Sci 29, TNo "27716157 64. Evaluation of 
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determination in meats. 
EF-00160 ESE MERZ, ROBERT C, Sch. Eng., Univ. 

Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Factors controllinq utilization of 
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Public Works 93:103, Sep 62. Landfill settle- 
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Public Works 95, (No 2):84, Feb 64. Gas produc- 
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EF-00161 ESE KAUFMANN, OLIVER W., Grad. Sch., Michigan 

State Univ., East Lansing, Mich. 
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in various media 
EF-00162 TOX FR0MM, PAUL 0., Michigan State Univ., 

East Lansing, Mich. Toxic action 

of hexavalent chromium on freshwater fish 
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Comp Biochem Physiol 10:121, 63. Studies 
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Physiol Zool 37:224, 64. In vitro uptake of 
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EF-00164 ESE HAMDY, MOSTAFA K., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Georgia, Athens, Ga. Microbiological 
and biochemical studies on bruised tissues 
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Proc 61st Ann Conv Southern Agric Workers, 
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Proc 64th Ann Mtg Am Soc Microbiol, Washing- 
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Proc Ann Mtg Missouri Branch Soc Am Microbiol, 
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Proc 31s! & 32nd Ann Mtg, Southeast Branch 
Am Sec Microbiol, Jacksonville, Fla, Oct 63. 
Epidemiological studies on bruised tissue. 
II. Fate of Staphylococcus aureus. 
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Appl Microbiol 12:464, 64. Source and portal of 

entry of bacteria found in bruised poultry tissue. 
Food Sci 28.245, 63. Microbiological studies 

of bruised tissue. 
J Food Sci 29:407, 64. Enzymatic studies of 

bruised poultry tissue. 
Poultry Sci 40:787, 61. Determination of the age 

of bruises in chicken broilers. 
Poultry Sci 40:790, 61. Some physicai and physio- 
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Poultry Sci 42, (hio 57 71141, Sep 63 Effect of 
slaughter technique, immersion, scald, and re- 
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Poultry Sci 42, <No6>:1459, Nov 63. Kinds of 

aerobic bacteria in air sacs of processed poultry. 
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BAKER, J.B., Louisiana State U., Baton Rouge 

Mechanism of herbicidal action in plants 
LICHTENSTEIN, E. PAUL, Sch. Agr., Univ. 
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Agric Food Chem 10:30, Jan-Feb 62. Natur- 

allv occurring insecticides. 
Agric Food Chem 10:251, May-Jun 62. Effect 
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J Agric Food Chem 1C(1):30, 62. Identifica- 
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insecticide occuring naturally in the edible 
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J Agric Food Chem 11(5):410, 63. Myristicin, 
an insecticide and synergist occurring naturally 
in the edible parts of parsnips. 
J Econ Entom 55!2):215, 62. Vertical distri- 
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in soils as influenced by mode of application 
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J Econ Entom 56:485, Aug 63. Inhibition of 
the conversion of aldrin to dieldrin in soils with 
methylenedioxyphenyl synergists. 
J Econ Entom 57, (No 1):133, Feb 64. Effect 
of formulation and mode of application of aldrin 
on the loss of aldrin and its epoxide from soils 
and their translocation into carrots. 
Agric Food Chem 12:158, Mar-Apr 64. Natu- 
rally occurring insecticides in cruciferous crops. 
"J'Agrlc Food Chem 13, iNo 1):63, 64. Insect rcide" 
persistence and translocation, residues of aldrin 
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J Econ Entom 57, (No 5):618, 64. Effector mois- 
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with emphasis on parathion. 
Advances Chem p. 34, 65. Insecticides occurring naturally 

in crops. 
Arch Environ Health 10:825, 65. Persistence and behaviour 
of insecticidal residues in soils and their translocation into 
crops. 
Arch Environ Health 10:825, 65. Persistence and behaviour 
of pesticidal residues in soils and their translocation into 
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Arch Environ Health 12:199, 66. Toxicity and fate of insecti- 
cidal residues in water. 
J Agric Food Chem 13, (No 2):126, 65. Absorption of 
insecticidal residues from contaminated soils into five 
carrot varieties. 
J Agric Food Chem 13, (No 2) : 126, 65. Translocation of 
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J Econ Entom 58, (No 4) :742, 65. Insecticidal residues in 
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J Econ Entom 59, (No 4) , 66. Increase of persistence and 

toxicity of parathion and diazinon in soils with detergents. 
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Proc Nat Acad Science, Washington, 66. Persistence and 

degradation of pesticides in the environment. 
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Am Soc Horticult Sci 85:502, 64. Differential 
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Proc'Florida Horticulture Sdc" 73:304," 62". "VafiefJaT 
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J Opt Soc Am 53(4):512, 63. Color measure- 
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Color of Foods, Avi Pub Co. 62. 
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TOX LIPPOLD, PAUL C, New York State Agr. Expt. 
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J Insect Physiol 9:521, 63. Column chromatog- 
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J Econ Entom, Vol 59, 66. An improved tube closure for 

biological tests. 
TOX HARWOOD, R.F., Washington State U., Pullman 

Bioassav to aualitativelv determine pesticides 
TOX GRAHAM, H.D., Tuskegee Institute, Alabama 

The determination and interaction of food aums 
J Pharm Sci 51:988, Oct 62. Interaction of 
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J Pharm Sci 52:192, Feb 63. Complex formation 
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J Food Sci 28, (No 5) :546, 63. Optimum con- 
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J Pharm Sci 52, (No 10):964, Oct 63. Interaction 
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TOX HANSENS, E.J., New Jersey Agr. Expt. Sta„ 
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J Econ Entom 55(5):702, 62. Field studies of 
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TOX FRAZER, ALASTAIR C., Med. Sch., Univ. 
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"Financial Times" - Survey on Food Sci & Tech, 

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of food additives. I. Nisin. 
J Sci Food Agric 13:32, 62. The biological ef- 
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Mav 61. Health aspects of canning. 
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62. Control of food safety at the international 
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Proc 1st Int Cong Food Sci Tech, London, Sep 
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Proc Pub Heaiih Conf, Eastbourne (Roy Inst Pub 
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California, Davis, Cal. Deposition 
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approach to detergent synergism. 
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of detergency. 
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of detergency. III. Dependence of the Dupre 
mechanism on surface tension. 
EF-00177 TOX MILLER, VERNON L., Washington State Univ., 

Puyallup, Wash. Retention and 
detoxication of heavy metals 
Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 5:12, Jan 63. Copper 
retention deviation in chicks. 
EF-00178 TOX T1NSLEY, I.J., Oregon State C, Corvallis 

Tissue enzyme changes with food additive 
ingestion 
Biochem Pharmacol 13:534, 64. Preliminary observations 
of the effect of DDT ingestion on the soluble proteins of 
rat liver. 
Biochem Pharmacol 14:847, 65. DDT ingestion and liver 

glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity. II. 
Nature 202:1113, 64. Ingestion of DDT and liver glucoses- 
phosphate dehydrogenase activity. 
EF-00179- TOX WATTS, BETTY M., Sch. Home Ec, Florida 

State Univ., Tallahassee, Fla. Oxidation 
of tissue lipids 
Anal Chem 35:733, 63. A new color reaction of 
anthrone with malonaldehyde and other aliphatic 
aldehydes. 

Food Tech 15:318, 61. Oxidative rancidity in 
cooked mullet. 

Food Technol 17:102, 63. The antioxidant 
effects of sodium tripolyphosphate and vege- 
table extracts on cooked meat and fish. 

J Food Sci 27:135, 62. Extraction of lipids from 

oxidizing mullet. 
J Fobd'Sci 29:27; Jan 64:"The"anfidxTdah"Eacf.iv¥ 

ity of vegetable extracts. I Flavone agly- 

cones. 
J Food Sci 29:?94, May-Jun 64. MafonaldeTiyde 

in aqueous solution and its role as a measure of 

lipid oxidation in foods. 
EF-00180 ESE GOULD, IRA A., Col. Agr., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Significance of 
spore-forming microorganisms in milk 
J Dairy Sci 46:611, 63. Interrelation of L- 

and D-alanine in germination of Bacillus 

licheniformis spores. 
J Dairy Sci 46:663, Jul 63. Germination response 

of Bacillus licheniformis spores to amino acids. 
PhD Thesis, Ohio State Univ, Aug 63. The 

role of amino acids in the germination of 

Bacillus licheniformis spores. 
J Dairy Sci 47:667, 64. Effect of ultra-high temp- 
eratures on the destruction of bacterial spores. 
J Dairy Sci 47:668, 64. Effect of nisin on germi^ 

nation and outgrowth of Bacillus licheniformis 

spores. 
J Dairy Sci 48:282/65. The role of amihoTcTds. 

in the germination of Bacillus licheniformis 

spores. I. Uptake of radioactive amino acids by 

germinating and dormant spores. 
J Milk Food Technol 25, (No 5): 141, May 64. 

Nocardia and actinomyces as causative agents 

of bovine mastitis: A review. 
EF-00181 TOX HODGE, HAROLD C, Sch. Med., Dent., Univ. 

Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. Toxicology 
of commercial products 
Industr Med Surg 32 (No 10), Oct 63. Toxic 

hazards of epoxy resins. 
Nat Safety Counc Cong, Oct 63. Chemical 

hazards in do-it-yourself projects. 
Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products. 

Williams & Wilkins Co, Baltimore, 2nd Edition, 

Oct 63. 
EF-00182 TOX DAY, EDGAR A., Sch. Agr., Oregon State 

Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Carbonyl 
compounds from autoxidizing fats 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 40:121, Apr 63. Determina- 
tion of classes'of free mononcarbonyl compounds 

in oxidizing fats and oils. 
J Dairy Sci 44:623, 61 . Autoxidation of 

milk lipids. II. The relationship of sensory to 

chemical methods for measuring the oxidized 

flavor of milk fats. 
J Dairy Sci 46:291, Apr 63. Autoxidation of 

milk lioids. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 40:121, 63. Determination 

of the classes of free monocarbonyl compounds 

in oxidizing fats and oils. 
J Dairy Sci 46:291, 63 . Autoxidation of milk 

lipids. Ill . The effect on flavor of the additive 

interactions of carbonyl compounds at sub- 



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threshold concentrations. EF-00191 

J Dairy Sci 46:1201, 63. Irradiation- 
induced changes in milk fat. 
J Food Sci 28:305, 63 . Autoxidation of fish EF-00192 

oils. II. Changes in the carbonyl distribution 
of autoxidizing salmon oil . 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 42:420, 65. Characterization of some 

dicarbonyls from autoxidized methyl linoleate. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 42:449A, 65. Gas chromatographic and 
mass spectral identification of some volatiles from gamma 
irradiated milk fat. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 42:734, 65. A simplified and precise 

flavor evaluation procedure for determining oxidative EF-00193 

rancidity in vegetable oils. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 42:1110, 65. Further observations on 
dicarbonyl compounds formed via autoxidation of methyl 
linoleate. 
J Chromatogr 17:606, 65. Thin-layer chromatography of 

2, 4-dinitrophenyl oxazone homologs of vicinal dicarbonyls. 
J Dairy Sci 48:682, 65. Evaluation of antioxidants in 

deodorized and nondeodorized butteroil stored at 30C. EF-00194 

J Dairy Sci 48:763, 65. Identification of some components 

in the aroma fraction of gamma irradiated milk fat. 
J Food Sci 30:828, 65. Aldehyde-amine condensation reaction: 

A possible fate of carbonyls in foods. 
Thesis, Ph D, L L Khatri, Oregon State Univ, Oct 65. 

Flavor chemistry of irradiated milk fat. 
TOX ZWEIG, GUNTER, Col. Agr., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. Trace analyses of toxicants 
in agricultural products 
Ann Entom Soc Am 55:409, 62. Surfactant in 

apical drop of mosouito eggs. 
J Agric Food Chem 9:481, 61. DDT residues 

in milk from dairv cows fed low levels of DDT. 
J Agric Food Chem 10:199, 62. Residue de- 
termination of naphthaleneacetic acid and its 
methyl ester in potatoes by a combination of 
gas chromatography and ultraviolet spectro- 
photometry. 
J Agric Food Chem 10:481, 62. Total organic 
chloride content in butterfat by a rapid method 
of neutron activation analysis. 
J Assn Offic Agric Chem 45:990, 62. Residue 
determination of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic 
acid in dry crops and walnuts. 
J Chromatogr 6:457, 61. Comparison of two 
partitioning phases for GLC with two types of 
detectors . 
Chromatogr Rev 6:110, 64. Chromatographic 
techniques for pesticide resi due analyses. 
J Chromatogr 13:3l9, 64. Separation and deter- 
mination of several phenoxy-acids by gas- 
liquid chromatography. 
Analytical Methods for Pesticides, Plant 

Growth Regulators, and Food Additives, Acad^ 
emic Press, New York, 64. 
SMITH, W.W., U. Florida, Gainesville 
Behavioristic resistance in house flies 
and German cockroaches 
LA PIDUS, JULES B., Col. Pharm., Ohio 
State Univ., Columbus, Ohio Chemical 
factors in host plant selection by 
insects 
Agric Food Chem 11, (No 6):462, 63. Chemi- 
cal factors influencing host selection by the 
Mexican bean beetle Epilachna varivestis muls. 
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Host plant selection by the Mexican bean 
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HARPER, JOHN C, Col. Agr., Univ. 
California, Davis, Cal. Flow and heat 
transfer with liouid food products 
Agric Eng 43, (No 2):78, Feb 62. Freeze- 
drying of foods. Dielectric heating applied to 
dehydrated food production. 
Am Industr Chem Eng J p. 298, Jul 62. Trans- 
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Rev Sci Instruments 32:425, Apr 61. Coaxial 

cvlinder viscometer for non-Newtonian fluids. 
PhD Thesis, Univ Calif, Jun 63. The permea- EF-00195 

bility and thermal conductivity of gases in 
porous media. 
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fer for laminar flow of non-Newtonian fluids in 
entrance region of a tube. 
Industr Eng Chem Fundamentals 4:176, 65. Wall effect in EF-00197 

Couette flow of non-Newtonian suspensions. 
J Food Sci 30:470, 65. Viscometric behavior of tomato 

concentrates. 
TOX MAAG, D.D., Sch. Sci., Arts, Colorado State 
Univ., Fort Collins, Colo. Selenium 
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SCHWAB, G.O., Ohio Agr. Expt. Station, Wooster 
Treatment of farm pond water for domestic use 
Ohio Farm Home Res, May-Jun 63. Electrical 

water treatment for individual systems. 
Trans ASAE 7, (No 4):370, 64. Pressurized 

filters for pond water treatment. 
Trans ASAE 7, (No 3):294, 64. Characteristics 
of slow sand filters for pond water filtration. 



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ESE MARSH, GEORGE L., Sch. Agr., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. Products of browning in 
sulfured and unsulfured foods 
BM MEYER, KARL F., Sch. Med., Univ. California, 

San Francisco, Cal. Mechanism of 
spoilage inhibition of fishery products 
Appl Microbiol 11, (No 5):458, Sep 63. Bac- 
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press juice as a suitable experimental medium. 
Appl Microbiol 12, (No 3):277, May 64. Bac- 
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dence of spoilers during spoilage. 
TOX LINCK, ALBERT J., Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Minnesota, St. Paul, Minn. Toxic 
chemicals in plants and their residual 

effect s 

Physiol Plantarum 17:100, 64. The Interaction of 
temperature and carbohydrate concentration with 
absorption and translocation of 3-amino-l,2,4- 
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resistance and vector control 
Bull WHO 28:35, 63. Organophosphorus insecti- 
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trials with fenthion and malathion conducted by 

the WHO insecticides testing unit in 1960-61. 
Bull WHO 28:55, 63. The toxicity of some 
organophosphorus compounds to adult Anopheles 
stephensi. 

Bull WHO 28:63, 63. The toxicity of caramates 

to adult Anopheles steohensi. 
Bull WHO 28:69, 63. The residual action of 

two organophosphorus compounds and a 

carbamate on dried muds. 

Bull WHO 28:83, 63. Etude de I'age physiologique 
des femalle d'anopheles dans les zones traitees 
au DDT, et non-traitees, de la region de Bobo- 
Dioulasso, HauteVolta. 

Bull WHO 28:111, 63. Field and laboratory 
studies on the use of malathion for control 
of bodylice in Egypt. 

Bull WHO 28:129, 63. Some effects of formulation 
on the initial contact toxicity of insecticides to 
adult mosquitos. 
Bull WHO 29:81, 63. Destruction of the larvae 
of Anopheles gambiae Giles by a Coelomomyces 
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Bull WHO 29, (No 20:185, 63. The area 
distribution of an insecticide (fenthion) sprayed 
inside the huts of an African village. 
Bull WHO 29, (No 27:197, 63.' A village- 
scale trial of fenthion as a residual spray 
in Niqeria. 
Bull WHO 29, (No 2):205, 63. Studies on the 

mammalian toxicity of fenthion. 
Bufl WHO 29, (No 21:213, 63. Observations 
on human exposure to the organophosphorus 
insecticide fenthion in Nigeria. 
Bull WHO 29:219, 63. Chemical and biological 

behaviour of fenthion residues. 
BulT WHO 29, TNb 21f25T, 63: A vrttagif-scaTe 
trial with dichlorvos as a residual fumigant 
insecticide in Southern Nigeria. 
Bull WHO 29:271, 63. A simple and sensitive 
method for the determination of dichlorvos in 
air. 
BuirWHO 29, (No'2):2T3, 63. Assessment 
of the residual toxicity to Anopheles gambiae 
of the insecticides UC-10584 and Bayer 39007. 
Bill WHO 29, (No 2T: 27T, 63. "Assessment of 
the residual toxicity to Anopheles gambiae of 
the insecticides Sevin and Sumithion. 
Bull WHO 30:139, 64. Studies With new insecti- 
cides as residual sprays in buildings naturally 
infested with Anopheles quadrimaculatus. 
Bull WHO 30:285, 64. Problems encountered in 
Southern Nigeria in the determination of ventila- 
tion in mud huts in which residual fumigants are 
applied. 
TOX INGLE, LESTER, Grad. Sch., Univ. Illinois, 
Urbana, III. Toxicology, pharmacology, 
cvtoloav of insecticides 
TOX LEONARD, SHERMAN, Sch. Agri., Univ. 
California, Davis, Cal. Research on 

aseptic canning procedures 
TOX SHERMAN, MARTIN, Col. Tropical Agri., Univ. 
Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii Metabolism 
and deposition of insecticides in the fowl 
J Econ Entom 56, (No 6):847, Dec 63. Mag- 
got development in droppings from chicks fed 
organophosphorus insecticide-treated rations. 
Toxic Appl Pharmacol 6, (No 2):147, Mar 64. 
Acute and subacute toxicity of several organo- 
phosphorus insecticides to chicks. 
J Econ Entom 58, (No 2):203, 65. Toxicity to 
fly larvae of droppings from chicks reared on 
insecticide-treated feed. 
Proc Entom Soc Am, 65. Chronic toxicity of Bayer 18779 

to laying hens. 
Proc Hawaiian Entom Soc 19, (No 1): 111 , 65. The 
effectiveness of insecticides orally administered to the 
fowl as a deterrent to the breeding of flies in droppings. 
Proc Poultry Sci Assn, 65. Effect of an alkylating agent, 
apholate on the chicken. 



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Pror Soc Toxical Ann Mtg, 65. Toxicity of ImidanR and five 
analogs to the chick, rat, and house fly. 
EF-00198 BM WALTER, WILLIAM G., Grad. Sch., Montana 

State Col., Bozeman, Mont. Bacterial 

and isotooe studies of surface contamination 
Sanitarian 24:254, 62. A plastic dish method for 
the quantitative determination of bacteria on 
qlasses. 
J Environ Health 26, (No 3):187, Nov-Oct 63. 
Bacteriological field studies on eating utensils 
and flat surfaces. 
Health Lab Sci 1,'tNo 4) :289, Oct 64. Comparar- 
tive evaluation of the cotton swab and robac 
methods for the recovery of Bacillus subtilis 
spore contamination from stainless steel surface. 
Proc Montana Acad Sci 23:26, 63. Microbiologi- 
cal studies of hospital air samples. 
EF-00199 TOX SPARKS, ALBERT K., Col. Fisheries, Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Ecology 
of p-ralytic shellfish toxicity in 
Washington 
Proc Nat Shellfish Assn 50:125, 61. Pre- 
liminary report on growth and survival of the 
Pacific oyster in Washington waters. 
Proc 54th Ann Conv Nat Shellfisheries Assn, 
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seasonal patterns of paralytic shellfish toxicity 
in Washington. 
Proc Shellfish Sanitation Workshop, Washington, 
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shellfish toxicitv studies in Washinqton. 
Proc 50th Statutory Mtg Int Counc Exploration 
Sea, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct 62. Geo- 
graphic and seasonal patterns of paralytic 
shellfish toxicity in Washington. 
PhD Thesis, Univ Washington, p. 171, Jun 63. 
Seasonal variations of paralytic shellfish toxi- 
city in the California mussel Mytilus california- 
nus Conrad, and the Pacific oyster, Crassost- 
rea gigas (Thunberg) along the Strait of Juan 
de Fuca and in WillaDa Bav. 
EF-00200 NTN POPENOE, H., Sch. Agr., U. Florida, Gainesville 

The role of plants and soil in shifting cul- 
tivation 
EF-00202 TOX MILLER, CHARLES S., Texas A and M Col., 

College Station, Texas Harvest-aid 
chemical residues in cottonseed 
Agric Food Chem 11:222, May-Jun 63. Fate of 

cvanamide in cotton. 
Nature 199, (No 4898):1106, Sep 63. Deter- 
mination of carbon-14 in plant material by 
wafer counting. 
EF-00203 TMP VAN MIDDELEM, C.H., Univ. Florida, Gainesville, 

Fla. Pesticide residue determinations by 
qas chromatography 
J Agric FodcTChern 12, (No 2): 178," 64.' ~ Gas 
chromatographic and colorimetric measurement 
of dimethoate residues. 
J Gas Chromatogr 3:310, 65. Electron affinity GLC residue 
determination of Sevin and other carbamates following 
hydrolysis and bromination. 
EF-00204 ESE OLSON, NORMAN F., Col. Agr., Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. A study of hydrogen 
peroxide— Catalase treatment of milk 
J Dairy Sci 46:600, 63. Factors influencing the 
bactericidal effectiveness of hydrogen peroxide- 
catalase treatments of milk. 
J Dairy Sci 46:608, 63. Effect of hydrogen per- 
oxide-catalase treatments on activity of 
commercial lactic cultures. 
EF-00205 TOX HANSEN, P0UL M.T., Col. Agr., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Milk protein 
changes at elevated temoeratures 
J Dairy Sci 45:651, 62. Chemical and physical 
properties of several protein particle size frac- 
tions of raw and heated skimmilk. 
J Dairy Sci 45:811, 62. Application of polar- 
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studies. I. The rotatory properties of p-lacto- 
globulin. 
J Dairy Sci 45:817, 62. Application of polar- 
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studies. II. The rotatory properties of K-casein. 
J Dairy Sci 45:823, 62. Application of polar- 
ization of fluorescence technique to protein 
studies. III. The interaction of K-casein and B- 
lactoglobulin. 
J Dairy Sci 46:593, 63. Application of sepha- 
dex gel filtration to fractionate milk proteins 
from unheated and heated skimmilk preparations. 
J Dairy Sci 46:593, 63. Physical destabiliza- 
tion of serum proteins in heated ultracentrifugal 
serum and acid whey. 
PhD Thesis, Ohio State Unlv, 61. Changes in 
milk proteins at elevated temperatures as de- 
termined by light scattering. 
J Dairy Sci 47, (No 2):117, Feb 64. Physical 
changes in milk proteins at elevated tempera- 
tures as determined by light scattering. 
I. Casein fractions. 
3 Dairy Sci"47, (Nb~2)~: 126, "62: Physical cfiarig"es 
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J Dairy Sci 47, (No 3):294, 64. On the hetero- 

qenitv of B-lactoalobulin. 
J Dairy Sci 47, (No 6): 621, 64. Fractionation 
of skimmilk proteins by sephadex gel filtra- 
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J Dairy Sci 47, (No 6): 646, 64. Radioactive 

sulfur for protein sedimentation determinations. 
J DaIry"ScT47, (Nb~6):"673, 64. "Effect of terra- 
sod ium pyrophosphate upon some properties 
of milk proteins. 
J Dairy Sci 47, (No"9): 947, 64V Factors affect- 
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skimmilk sera. 
Acta Chem Scand 19, (No 2):375, 65. The conformation of 

casein in aqueous solution. 
J Dairy Sci 48, (Mo 1):8, 65. Effect of heat upon electro- 
phoresis and ultracentrifugal sedimentation properties of 
skimmilk protein fractions. 
J Dairy Sci 48, (No 1):29, 65. Effect of heat upon size and 
composition of proteins sedimented from normal and con- 
centrated skimmilk. 
J Dairy Sci 48, (No 4) .497, 65. Observations on a character- 
istic distribution of ultraviolet absorbing impurities within 
boxes of analytical filter paper. 
J Dairy Sci 48, (No 6):779, 65. Reversible dissociation of 
a-casein at elevated temperature. 
EF-00206 TOX GOULD, IRA A., Col. Agr., Ohio State 

Univ., Columbus, Ohio Characteriza- 
tion of the milk lipase system 
Proc 58th Ann Mtg Am Dairy Sci Assn, Purdue 
Univ, Lafayette, Ind, 63. Characterization 
of lipase rich fractions of milk protein. 
EF-00207 ESE FERRARO, F.M., Creighton U., Omaha, Nebr. 

Distribution and identification of the 
enterococci 
EF-00208 ESE BOSCH, H.M., U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 

A studv of a reoulatorv milk control orooram 
EF-00209 TMP SMISSMAN, EDWARD E., Sch. Pharm., Univ. 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. Biology and 
chemistry of plant antibiotics 
J Pharm Sci 51:292, 62. Presence of 6-meth- 

oxvbenzoxazolinone in uninjured com tissue. 
Ann Enfom Soc Am 54:53, 61. The Eurbpean"co7p 
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J Org Chem 29:3517764. The synthesis of 
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J Pharm Sci 53:1283, 64. Ultraviolet absorption 

of trans-3-halo-2 decalones. 
J Pharm Sci 53:1404, 64. Polarographic analysis 

of some sulfonic acids. 
J Pharm Sci 53:1515", 64. Sterol "metabolism 
in the larvae of the confused flour beetle, 
Tribolium confusum. 
Science 133:462, 6T Growth inhibition of 
insects and a fungus by indole-3-acetoni- 
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EF-00210 TOX ADAMS, A.P., North Dakota State U., Fargo, N.D. 

Effects of phosphate pesticides on soil 
microorganisms 
Proc N Dakota Acad Sci 17:64, 63. Persistence 
of organophosphate insecticides and their ef- 
fects on microfauna in soils. 
EF-00211 TOX GATTERDAM, P.E., U. North Carolina, Rafelgh 

Pesticide metabolism in plant and 
animal systems 
EF-00212 TOX PEARSON, A.M., Grad. Sch. Agr., Michigan 

State Univ., East Lansing, Mich. 
Isolation and identification of meat flavor 
components 
J Food Sci 27:29, 62. Fractionation of com- 
ponent (s) responsible for sex odor/flavor in 
pork. 
Food Technol 18, (No 7): 153, 64. Cooked'meat 
yields from roosters and heavy and light weight 
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J Am Oil Chem Soc 41:336, 64. A comparison of 
two saponification methods. 
EF-00213 TOX HEWITT, WILLIAM B., Col. Agr., Univ. 

California, Davis, Cal. Products 
formed by fungi in rot of fruit, fruit 
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Phytopathology 52:738, 62. Germination of 

Botrvtis cinerea. 
Phytopathology 52:739, 62. Effect of grape 
washings on germination of spores of fungi 
associated with bunch rot of qrarjes. 
Phytopathology 52:754, 62. Enzymatic prop- 
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Am j tnology viticulture m, (No 3): 118, 63. 
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FHyTopaTfioToar-5^ (No 21:167, Feb 64. Exu- 
dates of grape Derries and their effect on germir 
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by Diplodia viticola. 
Pl./lcbalribTogy 54, T\To 6) :b'&7 Jun 61. Time of 
infec'Jon and latency of Diplodia viticola in 
Vitis vinifera var. Thompson seedless. 
Am J Enoiogy Viticulture 17:38, 66. Chemical and sensory 

effects of microorganisms on grape musts and wine. 
Arch Biochem 109:622, 65. Polyol metabolism in Diplodia 

viticola Desm. 
Phytopathology 53:880, 63. Fixation of C1402 by germinating 

conidia of Botrytis cinerea. 
Phytopathology 55:815, 65. The principal fungus in the summer 

hunch rot of grapes. 
TOX BURG,STANLE\ P., Sch. Med., Univ. Miami, 
Coral Gabies, Fla. Biochemistry of 
ethylene production in fruits 
Ann Rev Plant Physiol 13:265, 62. Physiol- 
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Mod Meth Plant Anal 5:7, 62. Vapour phase 

chromatography. 
Nature 191, (No 47925:967, Sep 61. Ethylene 

evolution and sub-cellular particles. 
Nature 194:398, 62. Post-harvest ripening of 

avocados. 
Plant Physiol 37:179, 62. Role of ethylene 

in fruit ripening. 
Plant Physiol 39, (No 2):185, Mar 64. Re- 
lationship cf solute leakage to solution 
tonicity in fruits and other plant tissues. 
Col! Int Cent Nat Kech Sci (No 1235:719, Jul 63. 
Studies on. the formation and function of ethy- 
lene gas in plant tissues. 
Nature 203, (No 49471:869, Aug 64. Biosynthesis 
of ethylene. 
TOX DAUTERMAN, WALTER C, Sch. Agr., 

North Carolina State Univ. of UNC, Raleigh, 
NX. Insecticide residues in miik and 
milk products 
TOX BANNER, ALBERT H., Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu, 
Hawaii Nature of toxins from poisonous 
tropica! fishes 
hawaii Med J 22:361, 63. Fish poisoning 

in Hawaii. 
Nature 197, (No 48711:1025, 63. Experi- 
mental induction of ciguatera toxicity in fish 
through diet. 
Hawaii Marine Lab Techn Rep No 3, 64. The 

distribution of ciauatera in the trooical Pacific. 
Pacific Sci 18, (No 4):411, 64. Ciguatera and 
other marine poisoning in the Gilbert Islands. 
Proc Gulf Carib Fish Inst 16th Ann Mtg, p. 84, 64. 

Research on ciguatera in the tropical Pacific. 
Science 147, (No 3665):1580, 65. Ciguatera fish 
poison: A cholinesterase inhibitor. 
Far East Med J 1, (No l):29, 65. Fish poisoning in the Far 

East. 
Fortschr Chem Organ Naturst, Wien 22:265, 64. Chemistry 

of toxins isolated from some marine organisms. 
Hawaii Med J 24-353. 65. Ciguatera in the Pacific. 
Hawaii Med J 24:358, 65. A note on ciguatera fish poison 

and action of its prooosed antidotes. 
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susceptible and resistant nlants. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:607, 65. Ertect of amitrole, 
atrazine, dichlobenil, and paraquat on the fixation and 
distribution of Cl^02 in beans. 
EF-00220 TOX DESMOND, ALTON H., Columbian Col., Geo. 

Washington Univ., Washington, D.C. 
Histophysiological effects of azo-dye 
constituents 
Am Zool 2, Aug 62. Effects of substituted 

aromatic amines c:i the liver of the rat. 
Am Zool 2, Aug 62. Effects of substituted aro- 
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TOX JOHNSON, PAUL E., Natl. Acad. Sci., 
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BUMPUS, D.F., Woods Hole Ocean. Inst., Mass. 
Investigations of the circulation of coastal 
waters 
Serial Atlas of the Marine 'Environment, Am 
Geographical Soc, 64. Surface circulation on 
the continental shelf off Eastern North America 
between Newfoundland and Florida. 
DRAKE, CHARLES H., Washington State Univ., 
Pullman, Wash. Sanitary bacteriology of 
swimming pools 
Proc Northwest Br Am Soc Microbiol, Sep 62. 
A comparative study of the microbiol flora of 
iodinated and chlorinated swimming pools: A 
preliminary report. 
Bact Proc, 64. Bacteriological studies of chlor- 
inated and iodinated swimming pools. 
Pub Health Rep 79, (No 3):251, Mar 64. Com- 
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and chlorinated ocols. 
DAVIS, DONALD E., Sch. Agr., Auburn Univ., 
Auburn, Ala. Fate and mechanism of 
action of herbicides 
Agric Exp Sta, Auburn Univ, 62. A sensitive 

bioassay for two bipyridyl quaternary salts. 
Proc SWC 15:270, 62. The influence of 

atrazine on water uptake of plants. 
Proc SWC 16:379, 63. Preliminary studies 
with Cl4-labeled herbicides in an aquatic 
environment. 
Proc SWC 16:380, 63. Radiochemical assay 
procedures for atrazine and atrazine degradation 
products. 
Weeds 11:101, 63. The metabolism of C14 
chain- and ring-labeled simazine by corn and 
the effects of atrazine on plant respiration 
systems. 



TOX MAYNARD, ELLIOTT A., Sch. Med., Dent., Univ. 
Rochester, Rochester, New York Certain 
orocedures for evaluating carcinogenicity 
TOX SCHEUER, PAUL J., Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu, 
Hawaii Nature and biology of toxins from 
certain fishes 

Proc Gulf Carib Fish Inst, p. 84, 63. Research on 

ciguatera in the tropical Pacific. 
Science 147, (No 3665) :l£80, Mar 65. Ciguatera 
fish poison: A cholinesterase inhibitor. 
TOX PERKINS, EDWARD G., Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Illinois, Urbana, III. Factors 
involved in die hent damage of oils 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 38:689, 61. Method for 
determining carbonyl value in thermally oxi- 
dized fats. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 39:28, 62. Effect of 12, 
oxo-cis, 9-octadecenoic acid on autoxidation 
of stripped corn oil. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 39:118, 62. Thermal oxi- 
dation of synthetic triglycerides. I. Composi- 
tion of oxidized triglycerides. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 39:159, 62. Thermal oxi- 
dation of synthetic triglycerides. II. Analysis 
of volatile condensable and noncondensable 
phases. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 39:217, 62. Infrared 
spectra and gas chromatography of oxygenated 
fatty acid derivatives. 
J Dairy Sci 64:1283, 61. Fatty acid compo- 
sition of lipids extracted from rats fed milk 
fat, com oi! and lard. 
J Dairy Sci 46:1, 63. Fatty acid composition 
of lymph lipids from rats fed fresh and thermally 
oxidized fats. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 41:254, 64. Complex 
formation between oxidized lipids and egg 
albumin. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 41:285, 64. The effect of 
dietary fat on the glyceriue structure of rat 
carcass fat. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 41:779, 64. Preparation of 
a-monoglycerides. 
J Am Oil Chem Soc 42:782, 65. Chemical changes in fats 
subjected to deep fat frying processes: Cottonseed oil. 
J Atheroscier Res 6:164, 66. Studies on the distribution and 
chemical properties of the bound lipids of the human aorta. 
Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 121:294, 66. Metabolism of fats III. 
Absorption of hydroxy acids via the lyninh. 
EF-00226 MET JOHNSON, HAROLD D., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Effect of 
ambient temperature on rate of aging 
in rats 
J Geront 18:29, 63. Effects of 48° F (8.9 C) 
and 83° F (28. 4 C) on longevity and path- 
ology of male rats. 
J Gemot 18, Jul 63. Metabolic trends and life 

span of rats living at 9c C and 28° C. 
Fed Proc 22:456, 63. Cold (9° C) effects on 
thyroid functions and other physiological 
changes during growth and aging of rats. 
Gerontologia 9:18, 64. The influence of ambient 
temperatures of 9° C and 28°C on thyroid 
function of rats during growth and aging. 
J Geront 19, (No 4), 64. Heat and aging effects 

on thyroid function of male rats. 
Proc 1st Midwest Thyroid Conf, Columbia, Mo, 
Mar 65. High environmental temperature and 
thyroid function. 
Fed Proc 25, (No 2) : 552, 66. Rat adrenal cortical activity 

as affected by time of exposure to heat. 
J Appl Physiol 21:689, 66. Heat and aging effects on the 

thyroid function of male rats. 
J Geront 21:52, 66. Temperature and longevity in male rats. 
EF-00227 ESE KRAMER, AMIHUD, Col. Agr., Univ. Maryland, 

College Park, Md. Rapid nutritive 
evaluation of processed vegetables 
Proc Am Soc HorfSci 81:493, 62. Application 
of the AccuRay composition analyser to the 
measurement of density of vegetables. 
Proc Am Soc Hort Sci 82:299, 63. Gas-liquid 

chromatography studies with strawberries. 
PhD Thesis, 64. Quality of broccoli as affected 
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EF-00228 NTN ROUBICEK, C, U. Arizona, Tucson 

Effect of thermal stress on vitamin A 
reauirements 
J Nutr 32:457, 64: F/ffect of thyroxine, thiouracTI 
and ambient temperature on the utilization of 
vitamin A by vitamin A-deficient rats. 
Lab" Ahtm"Cafe""PT:50T, ~ffl.~ The importance of 
environment and management on experimental 
accuracy in studies with laboratory animals. 
EF-00229 MC HAMILTON, J.W., U. Wyoming, Laramie 

Isolation of selenium compounds in Stanleya 
bioinnata 
Blochem Biophys Res Commun 11:7, 63. An 
apparent seleniferous leaf wax from Stanleya 
bioinnata. 
EF-00236 ESE O'NEILL, R.D., Syracuse Univ., N.Y. 

Distribution and migration of bacteria in paperboard 
EF-00237 SEOH MORRIS, R.L., Sch. Med., State Univ. Iowa, 

Iowa City, Iowa Direct extraction method for 
phosphatase in milk 
J Food Sci 28:276, 63. Toxin production in 
naturally separated liquid and solid components 
in preparations of heated surface-rinened 
cheese inoculated with Clostridium botulinum 
EF-00239 ESE VAUGHN, MOSES W., Maryland State Col., 

Princess Ann, Md. Washing shell stock 
and handlina shucked ovsters 
EF-00245 ESE LONGREE, KARLA, N.Y. State Col. Home Econ., 

Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. Heat 
transfer in food prepared in quantity 
EF-10246 ESE MACNAB, JAMES A., Portland State Col., 

Portland, Oregon Benthic faunal in- 
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EF-00247 BIO BRUNNER, J. ROBERT, Michigan State Univ., 

East Lansing, Mich. K-casein and 
the action of rennin 
J Dairy Sci 45:1, 62. Characterization of 
k-casein obtained by fractionation with tri- 
chloroacetic acid i n urea s olution. 
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63. Characteristics of kappa-casein in the 
presence of various dissociating agents. 
Biochemistry 3:1616, 64. Physical parameters of 
k-casein from cow's milk. 
EF-00252 TMP HOLLIS, JOHN P., Jr., AM Col ., Louisiana 

State U., Baton Rouge, La. Fatty acid 
antibiosis to nematodes in rice fields 
Agric Sci Rev, 63. Action of plant parasitic 

nematodes on their hosts. 
Phytopathology, 63. Quantitative theory of 

nematode-root relations. 
Nematologica 9:475, 63. Action of plant- 
parasitic nematodes on their hosts. 
Phytopathology ~Sfi897r(A\ A mechanTsm for" 
continuous production of hydrogen sulfide in 
soils submerged under water. 
PhD Thesis, Louisiana State Univ, 65. Chemical 
antibiosis to nematodes in rice fields. 
EF-00255 ESE SPLITTSTOESSER, DON F., Sch. Agr., Cornell 

Univ., Geneva, N.Y. Microbial con- 
tamination of frozen vegetables 
Appl Microbiol 9:303, 61. Media for enumer- 
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Food Techn 15:329, 61. Control of micro- 
organisms during preparation of vegetables 
forfreezinq. I. Green beans. 
Food Techn 15:332, 61. Control of micro- 
organisms during preparation of vegetables 
forfreezing. II. Peas and corn. 
Food Technol 18, (No 3):134, 64. The sig- 
nificance of coliforms in frozen vegetables. 
J Milk Food Technol 28:149, 65. Contamination of frozen 
vegetables by coagulase-positive staphylococci. 
EF-00258 TOX WRIGHT, SYDNEY E., Sch. Pharm., Univ. 

Sydney, Sydney, Australia Metabolism 
of food additives and insecticides 
Nature 195, (No 48451:1009, Sep 62. Biliary 
excretion of some azo dyes related to tartrazine. 
Nature 199, (No 4891):372, Jul 63. Thin- 
layer chromatography of some food colours on 
silica gel. 
Biochem Pharmacol 14:873, 65. The metabolism of 2-phenyl- 

azo-l-naphthol-4- and -5-sulphonic acids in the rat. 
Experientia 20:223, 64. Metabolism of diphenylamine in the 

rat and rabbit. 
Food Cosmet Toxicol 2:447, 64. The metabolism and excretion 

of tartrazine in the rat, rabbit and man. 
J Pharm Pharmacol 16:80T, 64. Metabolism of some 

dimethylaminoazobenzene derivatives. 
Tetrahedron 19:1497, 63. The structures of some 5-pyraz- 

olones and derived 4-arylazo-5-pyrazolones. 
Tetrahedron 20:1547, 64. The ultraviolet spectra of some 
mono-sulphonated derivatives of 4-dimethylaminoazobenzene. 
EF-00259 TOX FERGUSON, DENZEL E., Miss. State U., State 

College, Mississippi Crop pesticides 
as a factor in wildlife ecology 
Science 139(3551):217, 63. Resistance to 
DDT in the mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis. 
Agric Chem, Sep 63. Mississippi Delta wild- 
life developing resistance to pesticides. 
Copeia 2:426, Jun 63. Possible DDT resist- 
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Herpetologica 19, (No 2):77, 63. Aldrin toxic- 
ity and possible cross-resistance in cricket 
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Mosquito News 24, (No 1):19, Mar 64. Spec- 
trum of cross-resistance to insecticides in the 
mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis. 
Audubon Bull 129:21, 64. Vertebrate resistance 

to pesticides. ,^__ 

Copeia tNO 4;:/0o, (jec 64. Apparent resistance 
to methyl parathlon in mosquitofish, Gambusia 
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J "rcb7rZnfbm"577TRo 41:430, Aug 64. Susceptir 
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insecticides. 
Mississippi Game Fish 25, (No 4): 6, 64. A look 

at pesticides. 
Science 139:217, 63. Resistance to DDT in the 
mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis. 
EF-00260 TOX BANNER, ALBERT H., Grad. Sch., Univ. Hawaii, 

Honolulu, Hawaii Native remedies of the 
tropical Pacific for fish ooisoninq 
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63. Fish intoxication: Notes on ciguatera, 
its mode of action and a suggested therapy. 
Hawaii Marine Lab Techn Rep No 3, 64. The dis- 
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Pacific Sci 18, (No 41:411, 64. Ciguatera and 
other marine poisoning in the Gilbert Islands. 
Proc Gulf Carib Fish Inst 16th Ann Mtg, p. 84, 64. 

Research on ciquatera in the tropical Pacific. 
Science 147(36651:1580, 65. Ciguatera fish poison 
A cholinesterase inhibitor. 
EF-00262 ESE HARTMAN, JOHN D., Col. Agr., Cornell Univ., 

Ithaca, N.Y. Rapid objective measure- 
ment of flavor and odor 
EF-00263 ESE TAYLOR, GEORGE S., Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio Septic tank effluent 
disposal in soil 
Soil Sci 99, (No 51:301, 65. Septic tank effluent percolation 
through sands under laboratory conditions. 
EF-00265 ESE HART, SAMUEL A., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Davis, Cal. Sanitary 
engineering applied to livestock manures 
World Poultry Sci J 19, (No 41:262, Oct-Dec 
63. Fowl fecal facts. 
J Water Pollut Contr Fed 35, (No 61:748, Jun 63. Digestion 

tests of livestock wastes. 
Poultry Sci 43, (No 51:1144, Sep 64. Degradation of manure 

collected in water under chickens. 
Proc 2nd Nat Sympos Poultry Indust Waste Management, May 

64. Disposal of perished poultry. 
Proc 2nd Nat Sympos Poultry Indust Waste Management, 

May 64. Poultry manure lagoons. 
Trans ASAE 7, (No 11:22, 64. Thin spreading of slurried 

manures. 
Trans ASAE 8. (No 11:122, 65. Producing algae in laaoons. 
EF-00266 TOX CAIRNS, JOHN, Jr., Acad. Natural Sci., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Chronic effects 
of stable organic substances on sunfish 
Proc 17th Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, 
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effects of standard sodium alkyl benzene sul- 
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gibbosus (Linn.) and the bluegill sunfish L. 
macrochirus Raf. 
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effects of alkyl benzene sulfonate on aquatic 
organisms. 
Notulae Naturae (Nat Acad Natur bci, Phila), 
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toxicity of a~defergenr to the suhTTsn Lepomis 
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EF-00269 TOX DAY, EDGAR A., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. The chemistry of 
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J Food Sci 28:329, 63. A technique for the study 

of lipid-soluble food flavor volatiles. 
J Dairy Sci 46:1342, 63. Method for the deter- 
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J Dairy Sci 47:733, 64. Determination of the 

maior free fatty acids of cheddar cheese. 
J Food Sci 29:583, 64. Cheddar cheese flavor: 
Gas chromatographic and mass spectral analysis 
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J Chromatogr 14:273, 64. Reverse phase thin-layer chromatog- 
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n-alkanals and n-alkan-2-ones. 
J Dairy Sci 48:1168, 65. Identification of compounds 
responsible for fruity flavor defect of experimental 
cheddar cheeses. 
EF-00273 ESE STEWART, G.F., U. California, Davis 

Travel to Food Science and Technology 
1st International Congress 
EF-00274 ESE JAY, J. M., Col. Lib. Arts, Wayne State U., 

Detroit, Mich. Food contamination in . 

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Illinois, Urbana, III. Microbiology 
of food dehydration 



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NEU SERA, K., Sch. Med., Kumamoto U., Kumamoto 
Citv.Jaoan Minamata disease 
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causative aaent of Minamata disease. 
Kumamoto Med J 14:171, 61. Biochemical 

studies on Minamata disease. 
Kumamoto Med J 14:192, 61. Non-volatile 
mercury compound in toxic shellfish Hormomya 
mutabilis. 
NSS CHANLETT, E.T., U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
VIII Biennial Interamerican Sanitary Engineering 
Conoress 
TOX AKESSON, NORMAN B., Col. Agr., Univ. 
California, Davis, Cal. Deposit and 
drift of pesticide chemicals 
Agrichem West. Nov-Dec 62. Chemical Drift. 
USDA Agric Aviation Conf, Jul 62. Eguipment 
and application technique in relation to pesti- 
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Ann Rev Entomol 9, 64. Problems relating to 
application of agricultural chemicals and re- 
sulting drift residues. 
Proc 13th Texas A&M Agric Aviation Conf, 
Feb 64. Pesticide drift and residue problems 
in relation to aircraft applicators. 
Trans ASAE 6, (No 1):48, 63. Operations 

analysis and evaluation of agricultural aircraft. 
Trans ASAE 6, (No 2):104, 63. Fluorescent 
tracers for Quantitative microresidue analysis. 
Agric Aviation 6, (No 3), 64. Agricultural chemi- 
cal drift residues resulting from aircraft appli- 
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ProcTAm boc Agric trig"Afin Mtg7"No 64-6U5", 

Dec 64. The controlled discharqe aircraft wing,. 
Proc Am Soc Agric Eng, AnnWIlg, No 64-609-A, 
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Calif Agric, Vol 20, No 1, Jan 66. Controlled distribution wing 

for agricultural aircraft. 
Proc Int Agric Aviation Aircraft Conf, Wageningen, 
Netherlands, Mar 66. Selecting of spray equipment and 
operating techniques for agricultural aircraft. 
Proc Texas Agric Aviation 15th Ann Conf, Feb 66. 
Drift hazards related to aerial applications of water- 
diluted and undiluted pesticide formulations. 
Proc Use of Agric Chemicals 4th Conf, Univ Calif, Davis. 
Feb 66. Spray volume, formulation and micro-weather as 
related to chemical drift residues. 
Trans ASAE Mtg, No 65, Univ Georgia, Jun 65. Analysis 

of spray droplet distributions from agricultural aircraft. 
BM FRAZIER, WILLIAM C, Col. Agr., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Staphylo- 
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Appl Microbiol 11:11, Jan 63. Repression of 
Staphylococcus aureus by food bacteria. I. 
Effect of environmental factors on inhibition. 
Appl Microbiol 11:163, Mar 63. Repression of 
Staphylococcus aureus by food bacteria. 
II. Cause of inhibition. 
Appl Microbiol 11:163, 63. Repression of 
Staphylococcus aureus by food bacteria. 
II . Causes of inhibition . 
Appl Microbiol 11, (No6):513, Nov 63. Food 
microorganisms influencing the growth of 
Staohvlococcus aureus. 
Microbiol 14, (No 1):124, Jan 66. Effect of coliform and 

Proteus bacteria on growth of Staphylococcus aureus. 
PATH MORSE, GUY E., Sch. Vet. Med., Univ. 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. A study 
of bovine teat canals in health and disease 
Am J Vet Res 24:723, 63. An albumin-like 
protein in "mastitic" milk. I. Physical, chem- 
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Am J Vet Res 25:714, May 64. Studies on albumin in 
"mastitic" milk: Factors affecting the presence of blood- 
serum albumin. 
Am J Vet Res 25:1658, Nov 64. The possible significance 
of lactic acid levels in normal and abnormal bovine milk 
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NTN SCHWEIGERT, B.S., Sch. Agr., Michigan State 
Univ., East Lansing, Mich. Bound forms 
of vitamin B12 in bovine milk 
TOX MITCHELL, JOHN E., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Fundamental 
studies of fungicide residues on plants 
TOX LORBER, MORTIMER, Sch. Med., Georgetown Univ, 
Washington, D.C. Hematoxic effects of 
fogging insecticides 
TOX SNYDER, HARRY E., Col. Agr., Iowa State 
Univ., Ames, Iowa The autoxidation of 
myoglobin and meat color 
Biochim Biophys Acta 69:200, 63. Heme disso- 
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J Food Sci 30:457, 65. Analysis of pigments at the surface 

of fresh beef with reflectance spectrophotometry. 
BM MATELES, RICHARD I., Sch. Sci., Mass. Inst. 

Tech., Cambridge, Mass. Hydrogen peroxide 
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Antonie Leeuwenhoek 29:249, 63. The effect 
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BM ALEXANDER, MARTIN, Col. Agr., Cornell Univ., 

Ithaca, N.Y. Microbiological lysis of 
fungi 
Canad J Microbiol 9:169, 63. Lysis of soil 

fungi by bacteria. 
Bact Proc p. 31, 64. Lysis and chemistry of 

the walls of fungal hyphae. 
Canad J Microbiol 11:122, 65. Polysaccharide 
components of Neurospora crassa hyphal walls. 
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of molecular recalcitrance and microbial fallibility. 
Arch Biochem 111:358, 65. Dissolution of fungal cell walls by 

a streptomycete chitinase and 3-( 1 -3) -glucanase. 
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solani hyphal walls. 
J Bact 91:1526, 66. Susceptibility and resistance of several 

fungi to microbial lysis. 
ESE LAREW, H.G., Sch. Eng., Univ. Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Va. Poiseuille 
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NTN CONRAD, HARRY R., Ohio Agr. Expt. Station, 
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acids in bovine metabolism 
TOX WOGAN, GERALD N., Massachusetts Inst. Tech., 
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TOX CROSBY, DONALD G., Univ. California, Davis, 
Cal. Toxicology of chemicals in food 
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J Food Sci 28, (No 3):347, 63. The organic 

constituents of food. I. Lettuce. 
J Food Sci 28, (No 6):640, 63. The organic 
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BM BARNES, GEORGE L.. Oklahoma State 

Univ., Stillwater, Okla. Physiology 
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ESE SCHNEIDER, NATHAN J., Florida State Board 
Hlth., Jacksonville, Fla. Sanitary quality 
of salad type foods 
ESE DIFFEE, JOHN T., Christian Brothers Col., 
Memphis, Tenn. Quantitative 
analysis of trace impurities in waters 
TOX BRANT, A.W., U. California, Davis 

Effect of poultry diseases on poultry meat 
quality 
Food Technol 19, (No 8):86, 65. Sensory and mechanical 

measurement of turkey tenderness. 
TOX GOLDBLITH, SAMUEL A., Sch. Sci., Mass. Inst. 
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Health Lab Sci 1, (No 43:297, Oct 64. ConSidera- 
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Appl Microbiol 7:305, 65. Microbiology of freeze-dried 

foods. 
TMP CHEW, R.M., Sch. L.A.S., U. So. California, 
Los Angeles Ecology and control of 
Psoroonora confinnis 
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Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Fluid 
dynamics of circulation cleaning 
TOX CAVILL, GEORGE W.K., Sch. Chem., Univ. 
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Insect venoms, attractants and repellents 
Proc SWC 16:387, 63. Metabolism of C14 
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Science 146, (No 3640) :79, Oct 64. Venom and 
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Aust J Chem 17:1245, 64. Ethyl 2-cyano-6-methyl-8, 8- 

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Aust J Chem 17:1260, 64. Insect venoms, attractants and 

repellents. VI. Synthesis of the dolichodial. 
Aust J Chem 18:1989, 65. Insect venoms, attractants and 
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Science 149:1337. 65. Ant venoms, attractants and repellents. 
NTN HARRIS, LORIN E., Grad. Sch., Utah State 
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the nutritive value index. 
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Nat Acad Sci Nat Res Counc Pub 909, 62. 
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VIII. Nutrient requirements of dogs. 

Proc Am Soc Anim Sci Mtg, Chicago, III, Nov 
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Pasture and Ran ge Research Techniques, 
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Proc Assn Am Feed Control Officials p. 104, 
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Proc 6th Int Congr Nutr, 63. A new system for 

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J Anim Sci 24, (No 3):891, 65. Collection and summarization 
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j Dairy Sci 48, (No 8) : 1 136 , 65. Collection and summarization 
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J Oairy Sci 48, (No 8):1136, 65. Collection and summarization 
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Nat Acad Sci Nat Res Counc (Pub 1194) Rev, 66. Nutrient 

requirements of rabbks. Feed composition table. 
Nat Acad Sci Nat Res Counc (Pub 1349) Rev, 66. Nutrient 

requirements of dairy cattle. Feed comoosition table. 
Proc Am Feed Mfgr Assn 25th Ann Mtg Nutr Counc, Chicago, 
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diets. 
Proc Sen Feed Men 16th Ann Conf, s. 66, 65. Energy and 

protein terminology. 
Proc Utah Feed Mfgr Dealers Assn 17th Ann Conv Nutr Conf, 
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EF-00327 ESE TOOKE, W. RAYMOND, Jr., Georgia Inst. 

Technology, Atlanta, Ga. In- 
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EF-00331 TMP PEPPER, JAMES H., Sch. Letters, Sci., 

Montana State Col., Bozeman, Mont. 
Population stress and embryonic endocrine 
activity 
Ann Entom Soc 57, (No 2):216, Mar 64. 
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EF-00332 BM ELLINGBOE, ALBERT H., Michigan State U., 

East Lansing, Mich. Genetics and 
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EF-00338 TMP RAY, SAMMY M„ Texas A&M Marine Lab., 

Galveston, Tex. Effects of antibiotics 
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EF-00339 TOX HAWKINS, G.E., Sch. Agr., Auburn U., Alabama 

Secretion of bacteriostatic drugs in 
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Agric Food Cherr, 10:291, Jul-Aug 62. Determina- 
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Highlights Agric Res 9: (No 4) , Winter 62. Drugs 

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J Dairy Sci 45:1020, Aug 62. Concentration of 
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J Dairy Sci 47, (Nor37l25l7*/rar64. Secretion 
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EF-00340 TOX GUTHRIE, FRANK E., Sch. Agr., North Carolina 

State Col., Raleigh, N.C. Metabolism of 
alkaloids by insects 
EF-00345 TOX STEWART, G.F., Univ. California, Davis, 

Cal. Support for Symposium on Oilseed 
Protein Foods 
EF-00346 TMP SPARKS, ALBERT K., Col. Fisheries, Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Incidence 
and pathology of Mytilicola in oysters 
J"FTs"h Res Bd Canad 21, (No D:205, 64. KirsT 
record of Mytilicola orientalis Mori in the 
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J Fish Res Bd Canada 2?, 1099, 65. Preliminary results on 
the seasonal size distribution of Mytilicola origentalis and 
the effect of this parasite on the condition of the Pacific 
ovster, Crassostrea qiaas. 
ESE POWERS, JOHN J., Col. Agr., Univ. Georgia, 
Athens, Ga. Influence of anthocyanins 
on microbial activities 
Bull Soc Med Friends of Wine 5, Sep 63. The 

antibiotic values of wine anthocyanins. 
Bull Soc Med Friends Wine 5, (No 2), Sep 63. 

The antibiotic values of wine anthocyanins. 
J Food Sci 26:47?; "61. "Anthocyanins. IH.DTsc 
sensitivity assay of inhibition of bacterial 
growth by pelargonidin-3-monoglucoside and 
its degradation products. 
J"Fodd"Sci~28:$17T63"." Anthocyahfns": "WrAritho- 
cyanin pigments of Cabernet Sauvignon 
grapes. 
JFdod Sci 29,"(Nb"5)":644," 64. Anthocya"n1ri"sr~V. 
The influence of anthocyanins and related com- 
pounds on glucose oxidation by bacteria. 
J Foo"d"Scr29, TNo"5)T655, 64." Arilhocyahlhs. 
VI. Chelation studies on anthocyanins and other 
related compounds. 
YAMAMOTO, HARRY Y., Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii Decomposition 
and browning of ascorbic acid in foods 
WALKER, HOMER W., Iowa State Univ., Ames, 
Iowa Resistance of bacterial spores 
Bact Proc p. 5, 63. Thermal destruction of 
aerobic spores in various buffer solutions. 
J Bact 87, (No 1):16, Jan 64. Phospholipids 
in vegetative cells and spores of Bacillus poly- 
myxa. 
J Food Sci 29, (No 3):360, 64. Influence of 
buffers and pH on the thermal destruction of 
spores of Bacillus megaterium and Bacillus 
polymyxa. 
Bact Proc,'p. 57, 61. Release of dipicolinic 
acid during heating of spores of species of 
Bacillus. 
J Bact 82:960,"" 61T""Chem1cal composition 
and heat resistance of some aerobic bacterial 
spores. 
CHARNES, ABRAHAM, Sch. Eng., Northwestern 
Univ., Evanston, III. Mathematical 
simulation of refuse collection and dis- 
posal systems 
Am Pub Works Assn p. 195, 62. Systems 
analysis of refuse collection and disposal 
practices. 
ZWEIG, GUNTER, Col. Agr., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. Mechanisms of photosynthesis 
inhibition by herbicides 
SAKAGUCHI, GENJI, National Inst. Health, 
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan Toxin 
formation by Clostridium botulinum type E 
J Bact 87, (No 2):401, Feb 64. Comparative 
gel filtration of toxin precursor and trypsin- 
activated toxin of Clostridium botulinum type E. 
Jap J Med Sci Biol 16, (No 5):303, Oct 63. 
Symposium on problems of botulism in Japan. 
Jap J Med Sci Biol 16:309, 63. Activation of 

type E botulinus toxin. 
Jap J Med Sci Biol 16310, 63. Potency test and 
therapeutic effect of type E botulinus anti- 
toxin. 
Jap J Med Sci Biol 19, (No 4), 66. Molecular size of 

Clostridium botulinum type E toxin in "izushi," 
TOX AURAND, LEONARD W., Sch. Agr., North 

Carolina State Co!., Raleigh, N.C. A study 
of the oxidation of lipids in foods 
JTTairy Sci 47, (No 8):827, Aug 64. Sunlight 
flavor in milk. II. Complex formation between 
milk proteins and riboflavin. 
BLOBEL, HANS, Sch. Agr., Univ. Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wisconsin Mastitis screening 
tests for mixed herd milk 
Nederl Melk-en Zuizeltijdschrift 16:260, 62. 
Contributions to diagnosis of mastitis in cattle 
in connection with the mastitis control. 
Am J Vet Res 25:569, Mar 64. A CAMP-like 

reaction of some aerobic spore-forming bacteria. 
J Dairy Sci 46:1426, Dec 63. Determination 

of chloride in milk . 
Am J Vet Kes 25, (No 10/) :108i, Jul 64. Effect^ 
of experimentally induced leukocytosis in bovine 
mammary glands upon infections with Staphy- 
lococcus aureus, Streptococcus agalactiae, and 
Aerobacter aerogenes. 
Am J Vet Res 25, (No ll)/):lt»U, Jul 64. In 
vitro phagocytic activities of leukocytes iso- 
lated from the mammary secretions of a cow. 
J Milk Food Technol 27, (No 9):271, Sep"64: 
the Wisconsin Mastitis Test — An indirect 
estimation of leucocytes in milk. 
KAREL, MARCUS, Sch. Sci., Massachusetts 
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Proc Gordon Res Conf Foods Nutr, Aug 64. Role of water 
in autoxidation of lipids in dehydrated systems. 



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Press, Aug S3. Physical aid chemical considerations in 
freeze-dehyerated toed-. 
TOX SPECK, MARVIN L., Sch. Agr„ North Carolina 
Stale Univ., Raleigh, N.C. Ultra hi-ih 
temperature effect-; on bacterial spores 
END STOB, MARTIN, Sch. 4gr., Purdue Univ., 
Lafayette, hid. Characterization 
of phytogenetic uterotropic 
Thts.-:, MS, L M Gourley, Purdue Univ, Jan 66. Influence of 
phosphate stress, naphthaleneacetic acid, and ?, 4- 
dichloroohenoxyacer" acid on uterotropic acitivity in 
Trifolium medium L. 
TOX BORGSTROM, GECRCE A., Michigan State 
Univ., East Lansing, Mich. Defrosting 
effect; in food bacteria 
ESL SCHROf.PFER, GEORGE J., Sch. Civil Eng., Univ. 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Travel 
of nitrogen compounds in soils 
TOX DAY, EDGAR A., Sch. Agr., Cveaon State 
Univ., Corvallis, Oregon Acquisition 
of mass spectrometer for flavor research 
SSS CHAPIN, F. S T UART, Jr., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

North Carolina, Chapel Hill. N.C. 
Environmental engineering policies and 
urban development 
Re? previewT" IT, TNo 2) :29, Mar 65. Developer 
behavior: A new dimension in urban growth re- 
search. 
Brochure: Urban Stud Res IJionogr Inst Res Social Sci, 
Univ N Carolina, Jul 6?. Some input refinements for a 
residential modei. 
Dissertation, Doctoral, Kaiser, Ed-vard J. Toward a model of 

residential Jeveiooer locational behavior. 
Dissertation, Doctoral, Kenney, Kenneth B. The residential 
developer's land purchase decision: Location criteria and 
entrepreneurial strategies. 
Res Previews 13, ;No 1), 1, Apr 66. Consumer preferences 
in residential location: A preliminary investigation of the 
home purchase decision. 
Thesis, MA, Armiger, Lt, Jr, The decision-making process 

of consumers in choice of residence. 
Thesis, Doctoral, EJ Kaiser, Deo City Reg Plannning, Univ 
N Carolina, 6b. Toward a model of residential developer 
locational behavior. 
Thesis, M A, Smith, John E. Landowner characteristics and 

residential develooment on the metropolitan periphery. 
ESE HAZEN, THAMON E„ Iowa State Univ., 
Ames, Iowa Handling, treatment and 
disposal of animal wastes 
Compost Sci 4, (No 2j:26, 63. Sludge diges- 
tion of farm animai wastes. 
J Agric Engineer Res 3, (No 45:327, 63. 

Anaerobic digestion of hog wastes. 
Proc Ann Mtg Mid-Central Sect Am Soc Agric 
Engineers, St Joseph, Missouri, Apr 64. 
Interacting factors associated with confinement 
housing of growing-finishing swine. 
Proc Nat Conf Solid Waste Res, Am Pub Works 
Assn Special Rep 29, Feb 64. Agricultural 
solid wastes. 
"Brochure: I he VaTuTof Animal Manure , behlen 

Manuf Co, Columbus, Nebraska, 64. 
Proc Am Soc Aqric Eng 7, (No 25:123, 64. Prop- 
erties and pumping characteristics of hog wastes. 
Proc Am Soc Agric Eng, No 64-315, 64. Physical 

and chemical properties of animal wastes. 
Proc 19th Indust Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, 64. 

Disposal of animal wastes. 
Proc 6th Int Congr Agric Engineer, Lausanne, 
Switzerland, p. 598, 64. Animal waste disposal 
practices and their influence on building desiqn. 
Proc 2nd Nat Sympos Poultry Indust Waste Manage- 
ment, Univ Nebraska, 64. Theoretical consider- 
ations of anaerobic lagoons for poultry wastes. 
TOX MOCRE, RUFUS H., Univ. Nebraska, Lincoln, 
Nebr. Chemically induced growth rings 
in rotenone plants 
Plant Physiol (Suopl 38), 63. Optima of re- 
sponse curves of Derris elliptica treated with 
gibberellic ac .„ 
TOX KISHABA, A.N., Co Agr., Univ. Nebraska, 
Lincoln Natu: e of host-plant resistance 
to insects 
TOX DAUTERMAN, WALTER C., Sch. Agr., North 
Carolina State Co!., Raleigh, N.C. 
Molecular a is for comparative insecticide 
toxicity 
JTcdn'Entom 57:808, 64. Relation between 
toxicity of malathion analog and crganophos- 
phate resistance in the two-spotted spider mite. 
Nature 202:1356, 64V Effect of malathion analogues 
on a malathion-resistant housefly strain which 
oossesses a detovication enzyme, carboxyester- 
ase. 
Science 144:992, 64. Affinity and phosphoryl- 
ation constants for the inhibition of esterases 
by orqanophosphates. 
ESE STEDELMAN, WILLIAM J., Purdue Research 

Fdn., Lafayette, Ind. Control of salmonellae 
and staphylococci in foods 
Agric Sci Rev, p. 9, Spring 64. Salmonella 
in eqqs and other agricultural products. 



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Appl Microbiol 13:77, 65. Effect of varibus'ebri- 
centrations of brillant green and bile salts on 
salmonellae and other micrncrnanisir.s. 
Poultry Sci 43:939, Jul 64. Elimination of sal- 
monellae from inoculated filler flats. 
Poultry Sci 43:973, ~Jul 64. Effect of sodium 
chloride and storage temperature on the growth 
of Salmonella oranienburg in egq yolk. 
MC de MAVO, PAUL, Univ. Western Ontario, 

London, Canada Metabolites of H. 
sativum— Structure and bioaenesis 
Canad J Chem 43:1357, 65. The immediate pre- 
cursors of helminthospora! and helminthosporol. 
TOX CARTER, MASON C, Sch., Ag.-., Auburn Univ., 
Auburn, Alabama Studies of the 
ohytotoxicky of 3-amino-l,2,4-triazole 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18th Ann Mtg, Dallas, 
Tex, 65. Investigation upon the metabolic act J 
ivity of 3-amino-l,2,4-triazo!e. 
Proc Southern Weed'Cohf 18th Ann Mt9, Dallas, 
Tex, 65. The effect of amitrole, atra2ine, di- 
chlobenil, and paraquat on the fixation and 
distribution of C1402 in beans. 
BM JAY, JAMES M., Col. Liberal Arts, Wayne 

State Univ., Detroit, Mich. Determining 
edible quality in meats ^^^ 
A6pT"fflrcToE : f6T12, TNd _ 4573T8, Jul 64. Evalua- 
tion of the extract -release volume phenomenon 
as a rapid test for detecting spoilage in beef. 
Appl Microbiol 14, Jul 66. Response of the extract-release 
volume and watei-hoiding capacity phenomena to microbio- 
logically-spoiled beef and aged beef. 
Bact Proc, 66. Rcle of bacteria in the low temperature spoil- 
age of beef. 
Health Lab Sci 3, Apr 66. Relationship between the phenomena 
of extract-release volume and water-holding capacity of 
meats as simple and rapid methods for determining microbial 
aualitv in beef. 
ESE JORDON, WILLIAM K., State Col. Agri., 
Cornell Univ., Ithaca, New York 
Temperature measurement in U.H.T. 
pasteurization 
J Dairy Sci 47:365. Apr 64. Characteristics of steam injection 
heating. 1. Dispersion of noncondensible gases as index to 
downstream flow patterns. 
J Dairy Sci 47:365, Apr 64. Characteristics of steam injection 
heating. II. Downstream temperature variations within fluid 
stream after steam injection. 
TOX TARASSUK, Nik'ITA P., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. The isolation and 
characterization of milk iipase 
Nature 201:298, Jan 64. Lipase action in 

human milk. 
J Dairy Sci 47:11677 64/ Distribution' of lipase 
in milk proteins. I. DEAE cellulose column 
chromatography. 
J Dairy Sci 48:773. 65. Gel filtration of casein on seohadex. 
ESE 4NGLEMIER, A.F., Grad. Sch. Agr., Oregon 
State U., Corvallis Purchase ultra- 
centrifuge for food science research 
BM BRETZ, HAROLD W., Illinois Inst. Technology, 

Chicago, III. Endogenous reserves in 
frozen Escherichia coli 
TOX ANGLEMIER, ALLEN F Sch. Agr., Oregon 
State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Chemistry 
of hydrative changes in post mortem-muscle 
Food Techndl 18, TNc 11): 149, Nov 647 Effect 
of soaking in water, thermal enzyme inactiva- 
tion, and irradiation on the textural factors of 
beef. 
TOX BRATZLER, L.J., Col. Agr., Michigan State 
Univ., East Lansing, Mich. Separation and 
classification of smoke components 
J Food Sci 30, (No 45:615, 65. Fractionation and study of 

compounds in wood smoke. 
Thesis, Ph D, R W Porter, 63. Fractionation and identifi- 
cation of some compounds in wood smoke. 
TOX DODGEN, CHARLES L., Univ. Mississippi Med. 
Cr., Jackson, Miss. Toxicological 

studi es on chemos l erilants in fish 

AhaTKec 151, (No 3):4V6, 65. Morphological 
studies on peripheral blood cells of 29 species 
of marine fishes. 
VR CLIVER, DEAN 0., Univ. Chicago, Chicago, 

Illinois Studies on virus contamination 
of foods 
ESE DAWSON, L.E., Michigan State Univ., 
East Lansing, Mich. Chemical and 
bacteriological changes in frozen eggs 
J Chromatogr 13:589, 65. A pressure control valve as an aid 

in column chromatography. 
ESE BARIBO, LESTER, Microbiological and 

Biochemical Cr., Syracuse, N.Y. Static 
charge and the microbiology of food containers 
ESE REEDER, MILTON E., Sch. Eng., Univ. Miami, 
Coral Gables, Fla. Sewage flow and 
water use in Florida public schools 
VR HIRAI, TOKUZO, Col. 4gr„ Nagoya Univ., 

Anjo, Aichi-Ken, Japan Cytological 
and cytochemical studies on the early 
stage of infection by plant viruses 
Virology 21, (No 35:525, 63. Electron micro- 
scopy of tobacco mosaic virus particles in 
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Science 145, (No 3632) :589, Aug 64. I obacco 
mosaic virus: Cytological evidence of the syn- 
thesis in the nucleus. 
Virology II, (no 1):40, jan 64. tlectron micro- 
scopy of host cells infected with tobacco etch 
virus. I. Fine structure of leaf cells at later 
stages of infection. 
Virology 24; (NOD102, 64. Electron microscopic 
autoradiography of leaf cells infected with tobac- 
co mosaic virus. I. Uridine-H3 uptake. 
TOX SALUNKHE, D.K., Utah State Univ., Logan, 
Utah Flavor and aroma synthesis and 
degradation in fruits 
J Food Sci 30, (No 3):504, 65. Physiological 
and biochemical changes in developing tomato 
fruit under field conditions. 
TOX AXTELL, RICHARD C, North Carolina State Col., 
Raleigh, N.C. Biochemical control of the 
house fly 

house fly (Musca domestica Linnaeus). 
Ann Entom Soc Am 57, (No 5):584, 64. Phoretic 
relationship of some common manure-inhabiting 
Macrochelidae (Acarina:Mesostigmata) to the 
Ann Entom Soc Am 58, (No 3), 65. Predation by 
Fuscuropoda vegetans (Acarina: Uropodidae) 
on the house fly (Musca domestica). 
Ann Entom Soc Am 57, (No 5):584, 64. Phoretic relationship 
of some common manure-inhabiting Macrochelidae (Acarina: 
Mesostigmata) to the house fly. 
Ann Entom Soc Am 59, (No 1):165, Jan 66. Sensory functions 
of the palps and first tarsi of Macrocheles muscaedomesticae 
(Acarina: Macrochelidae), a predator of the house fly 
(Musca domestica). 
BM CHESBRO, WILLIAM R., Col. Liberal Arts, 

Univ. New Hampshire, Durham, N.H. 
Detection of staphylococcal food 
spoilage 
TOX KOSIKOWSKI, FRANK V., Col. Agr., Cornell 

Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. A study of gas-forming 
microorganisms in fermented milk and foods 
PhD Thesis, Cornell Univ, 64. The oxidation 
of casein by hydrogen peroxide. 
J Dairy Sci 48:765, 65. Distribution and characteristics of 

anti-penicillin activity in cheese. 
J Dairy Sci 48:785, 65. Removal of Escherichia coli and 
Aerobacter aerogenes organisms for Cheddar cheese milk 
by supercentrifugation. 
J Dairy Sci 48:1116, 65. Destruction of some antibiotics 

by hydrogen peroxide. 
TOX SMITH, GEORGE E., Univ. Missouri, Columbia, 
Missouri Nitrate accumulation in vegetable 
and forage plants 
BM McCROAN, JOHN E., Georgia Dept. Public Health, 

Atlanta, Ga. Staphylococci and 
salmor.ellae in wrapped sandwiches 
TOX WICK, EMILY L., Mass. Inst. Technology, 
Cambridge, Mass. Volatile food 
constituents of biological importance 
TOX BENNETT, HARRY J., Col. Arts, Scf., 

Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La. 
Effects cf certain pesticides on respiration of 
fish 
TOX SCHULTZ, HAROLD W., Sch. Agr., Oregon State 
Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Symposium on 
foods — Proteins and their reactions 
Proteins and Their Reactions, Avi Pub Co, Westport, Conn, 

54T Symposium on foods. H W Schuetz, Ed. 
PET HAMMOND, PAUL B., Col. Vet. Med., Univ. 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Mechanisms 
of drug secretion into bovine milk 
Ann NY Acad Sci 111:650, 64. The mech- 
anism of drug into bovine milk. 
Indian Vet J 41, (No 115:711, 64. Mechanism of excretion of 

sulfonamides in bovine milk. 
Indian Vet J 42, (No 1):7, 65. Protein binding of sulfonamides 

and quinine in bovine milk and plasma. 
J Dairy Sci 47:694, 64. Mechanims of secretion of 

sulfaethoxypyridazine (SEZ) into bovine milk. 
Proc US Livestock Sanit Assn 78th Ann Mtg, p. 195, Oct 64. 

Mechanism of secretion of sulfonamides into bovine milk. 
ESE MAXCY, R. BURT, Col. Agr., Univ. Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. Maintaining sterile 
lines for processing foods 
MC SCHRAMM, LEE C, Col . Pharm., Univ. Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. Investigation of 
Gibberella zea toxin 
RAD MASSEY, LOUIS M., Jr., Cornell Univ., 
Geneva, N.Y. Radiation effects 
on polysaccharides 
J Food Sci 29:40, 64. Effect of ionizing 
radiations on plant tissues. III. Softening and 
changes in pectins and cellulose in apples, 
carrots, and beets. 
Science 139:1297, 63. Radiation-induced 
gelation of dilute aqueous pectin solutions. 
J Agric Food Chem 12:268, 64. Some effects of 
gamma radiation on the keeping quality of apples. 
BM COTTERILL, OWEN J., Col. Agr., Univ. Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. Effect of egg product &H on 
pasteurization efficiency 
ESE FITZGERALD, GEORGE P., Sch. Eng., 
Univ. Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Compatibility studies of swimming pool 
chemicals 



Appl Microbiol 12, (No 3):247, May 64. Fac- 
tors in the testing and application of algicides. 
I&EC Product Res Develop 3:82, Jun 64. Eval- 
uation of potassium permanganate as an algicide 
for water cooling towers. 
Swimming Pool Rev, JuTT64. I echniques tor 
economical comparison of swimming pool 
agencies. 
Swimming Pool Rev 5:141, 64. Techniques for 
economical comparisons of swimming pool chem- 
icals. 
EF-00499 MET DEUTSCHMAN, ARCHIE J., Jr., Col. Agr., 

Univ. Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Metabolism 
of cyclopropene compounds 
J Org Chem 29:485, 64. Toshisada shimadate. 
Poultry ScT43,-(N;o"5):1291, Sep 64. Synthetic 
sterculene: Effect on avian eqqs. 
J Org Chem 30:3978, 65. The copper sulfate catalyzed 

reaction of ethyl diazoacetate and 1-octyne. 
Poultry Sci 44, (No 6):1592, 65. A positive halphen test with 
a non-cyclopropenoid compound, 
EF-00500 TOX REED, RAYMOND E., Col. Agr., Univ. Arizona, 

Tucson, Ariz. The physiology of nitrite 
poisoning in animals 
EF-00502 ESE SEDLANDER, NORMAN R„ Univ. Toledo, Toledo, 

Ohio Effect of aeration upon small 
marinas 
EF-00505 NTN POWRIE, WILLIAM D., Sch. Agr., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Denaturation of 
lipoproteins in egg yolk 
EF-00507 BM MORRISON, S.M., Col. Vet. Med., 

Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, Colo. 
Factors affecting sanitary quality of ice 
EF-00508 MC STERMITZ, FRANK R., Col . Sci., Utah State 

Univ., Logan, Utah Poisons from 
Astragalus miser and other range plants 
EF-00509 NTN VAVICH, MITCHELL G., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. Metabolism of 
cyc!c;ropenoid fatty acids in animals 
Fed Proc 23, (No 2), Mar-Apr 64. Delay of 
sexual maturity of the female rat by Sterculia 
foetida oil. 
Fed Proc 24, (No 2):568, 65. Influence of cyclo- 
propenoid fatty acids on reproduction in the rat. 
J Nutr 85:8, 65. Delay of sexual maturity of 
the female rat by Sterculia foetida oil. 
EF-00510 BM AISO, KAZUYOSHI, Chiba Univ., Okubo, 

Narashino City, Chiba-ken, Japan Studies 
on pathogenicity of pathogenic halophi lie 
bacteria 
J Food Hyg Soc Jap 3:211, 64. A selection' 
medium for the isolation of Vibrio parahemolyt- 
icus: (Tellulite medium - TTGA agar). 
J Nutr 25, (No 7):56~, 64. Oh the relationship 
between the growth after contamination and 
minimum effective doses for infection of 
"pathoqenic halophilic bacteria". 
Ann Rep Inst Food Microbiol 18:1, 65. An investigation of the 
present status of food poisoning and related diseases with 
symptoms of acute enteritis abdominal pain, diarrhoea and 
vomiting. III. 
Ann Rep Inst Food Microbiol 18:7, 65. Studies on the 
manifestation factors in food poisoning due to Vibrio 
parahaemolyticus. 
J Food Hyg Soc Jap 6:255, 65. Bacteriocidal activities of 
organic acids for Vibrio parahaemolyticus. 
EF-00515 TMP ANDERSON, JOHN R., Col. Agr., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Succession 
and ecology of diptera in cattle droppings 
EF-00517 BM GRECZ, NICHOLAS, Grad. Sch., Illinois Inst. 

Tech., Chicago, III. Mechanism of 
resistance of Clostridium botulinum spores 
Appl Microbiol 13:37, 65. Radiation sterilization 

of bacon for military feeding. 
Bact Proc A 5:1, 65. Effect of temperature and" 
size of initial spore inoculum on radiation Dio 
values of Clostridium botulinum. 
Bact Proc A 37:7, 65. Relation of dipicbllnic acJTd 
to thermal and radiation resistance of spores ofl 
Clostridium botulinum. 
Bact Proc A 38:7, 65. Studies on germination of 

spores of Clostridium botulinum. 
Bact Proc A 39:7, 65. Heat resistance oFspores 
of Clostridium botulinum preirradiated with Co J 60 
at temperatures between *25 C and "196 C. 
Biophys J 5:43, 65. Effect of pH on radiation 
sensitivity of spores of Clostridium botulinum. 
Appl Microbiol 13:397, 65. Survival of Clostridium botulinum 

spores. 
Appl Microbiol 13:527, 65. Effect of temperature of liquid 
nitrogen on radiation resistance of spores of Clostridium 
botulinum. 
Appl Microbiol 13:1014, 65. Storage stability of Clostridium 

botulinum toxin and spores in processed cheese. 
Bact Proc A 77, p. 14, 66. Changes in radiation resistance 
during germination and outgrowth of spores of Clostridium 
botulinum 33A. 
Bact Proc A 78, p. 14, 66. Thermodynamics of activation of 

spores of Clostridium botulinum 33 A. 
Bact Proc G 100, p. 32, 66. Moisture affinity of spores and 

vegetative cells of Clostridium botulinum. 
Bact Proc G 101, p. 32, 66. Effect of nH on heat resistance 
and release of dipicolinic acid and calcium from spores of 
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J Aool Bact 2§:17. 65. BioDhvsical asoects of Clostrida. EF-00547 

Proc Am Soc Microbiol Ann Mtg, 65. Storage stability of 

Clostridium botulinum toxin and spores in processed cheese. 
Proc Am Soc Microbiol Ann Mtg, 65. Relation of dipicolinic 
acid to thermal and radiation destruction of spores of Clost- 
ridium botulmum. 
Proc Am Soc Microbiol Ami Mtg, 65. Effect of temperature 
and size of initial spore inoculum on radiation D10 values 
of Clostridium botulmum. 
Proc Am Soc Microbiol Ann Mtg, 65. Studies on germination 

of spores of Clostridium botulinum. 
Proc Am Soc Microbiol Ann Mtg, 65. Heat resistance of EF-00549 

spores of Clostridium botulmum pre-irradiated with Co-60 
at temperatures between 25 C and -196 C. 
Proc Biophys Soc Ann Mtg, 65. Effect of pH on radiation EF-00551 

sensitivity of spores of Clostridium botulinum. 
Proc Biophys Soc, (Abst FC 8), Boston, 66. Survival of 
spores of Clostridium botulinum under direct hit and indirect EF-00553 

action of radiation. 
Trans Illinois Acad Sci, Normal, III, Paper A 2:20, 66. 
Numerical analysis of some species of the genus han- 
senula. 
Trans Illinois Acad Sci, Normal, III, 33 A. Paper A: 2:35, 
66. Effect of oxygen on heat and radiation resistance of EF-00554 

spores of Clostridium botulinum. 
Trans Illinois Acad Sci, Normal, III, Paper A 3:55, 66. 

Heat inactivation of spores of Clostridium botulinum 33 A. 
Microbial Inhibitors in Food , Almqvist and Wiksell, Stockholm, EF-00556 

•ui , 65. Natural antibiosis in some varieties of soft surface 
ripened cheese. 
BM STOTZKY, GUENTHER, Kitchawan Res. Lab. of EF-00558 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Ossining, N.Y. 
Effect of air pollution on soil and plant 
microbiotas 
BM WITTER, LLOYD D., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Growth and 

activity of psychrophilic bacteria EF-00564 

Bact Proc 33, 64. Osmotic fragility of proto- 
plasts of a mesophilic and a psychrophilic 
Pseudomonas aeruginosa. 
J Bact 87, (No 5), 64. Pyocyanin formation by 
some normally apyocyanogenic strains of 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa. EF-00565 

ESE WITZEL, STANLEY A., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. A sujdy of 
farm wastes 
Proc Am Soc Agric Eng Ann Mtg, Fort Collins, 
Colo, Jun 64. What are the chemical and b i o I - EF-00567 

ogical reactions when lagoons are used for cattle? 
Trans ASAE 8, (No 3):449, 65. Chemical and biological 

reactions from lagoons used for dairy cattle. 
NTN WHITNEY, ROBERT McL., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. The physical chemical 
state of the proteins In milk 
ESE KAISER, ELMER R., Col. Eng., New York 
Univ., New York, N.Y. Pyrolysls of 

municipal refuse EF-00569 

Proc 1964 Nat Incinerator Conf Am Soc Mech 
Eng p. 35, 64. Refuse composition and flue- 
gas analyses from municipal incinerators. 
Proc 1964 Nat Incinerator Conf Am Soc Mech 
Eng p. 81, 64. Combustion and heat calcula- 
tions for incinerators. EF-00570 
TOX SCHANDERL, SIGMUND H., Col. Agr., 

Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, Mich. 

Mechanism of chlorophyll degradation EF-00571 

TOX DAY, EDGAR A., Sch. Agr., Oregon State 
Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Heat induced 
changes in the flavor properties of milk 
J Dairy Sci 47:1291, 64. Development and flavor properties of EF-00574 

methyl ketones in milk fat. 
J Dairy Sci 48:1575. 65. The maior free fatty acids in milk. 
J Dairy Sci 48:1582, 65. Contribution of free fatty acids to 

the flavor of rancid milk. 
J Food Sci 30:991, 65. 1-Pyrroline: The odor component 

of Strecker degraded proline and ornithine. 
Thesis, MS, J E Langler, Oregon State Univ, 64. Factors 

influencing methyl ketone formation in milk fat. 
Thesis, MS, R G Arnold, Oregon State Univ, 65. 
Identification of some compounds contributing to the stale EF-00576 

flavor defect of sterilized concentrated milk. 
Thesis, MS, J A Kintner, Oregon State Univ, 65. Studies 

of the major free fatty acids in milk. 
TOX MARSH, GEORGE L., Univ. California, 
Davis, Cal. Analyzer for projects 
in food technology 
NTN JONES, IVAN D„ Agr. Expt. Station, North 
Carolina State Col., Raleigh, N.C. 
Metal complexes and color of certain 
processed foods 
ESE BERRY, EDWARD C, Sch. Agr., South Dakota 
State Col., Brookings, S.D. Microbiological 
stabilization of animal wastes 
TOX STREET, JOSEPH C, Col. Agr., Utah State 

Univ., Logan, Utah Mammalian metabolism EF-00579 

of chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticides 
Science 146:1580, 64. DDT antagonism to diel- 
drin storage in adipose tissue of rats. EF-00584 

Proc Am Chem Soc 150th Mtg, p. 17A, Sep 65. 
Utah Farm Home Sci 25, (No 4):112, 64. Safe use of 

agricultural chemicals. 
Research in Pesticides, Academic Press, Inc., N.Y., 65. 
Ecological systems: Domestic animals. 



TOX ALEXANDER, MARTIN, Col. Agr., Cornell 
Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. Microbial and plant 
degradation of herbicides 
Advances Appl Microbiol 7:35, 65. Biodegradation: 

Problems of molecular recalcitrance and microbial fallibility. 
Bact Proc 1965:3, 65. Metabolism of 2, 4-Dby an 

Arthrobacter species. 
J Agric Food Chem 13:123, 65. Determination of 2, 4-DB 

and 2, 4-D in forage plants. 
Proc Am Soil Soc 29:1, 65. Peristence and biological 

reactions of pesticides in soils. 
ESE McKINNEY, ROSS E., Sch. Eng., Univ. Kansas, 
Lawrence, Kans. National Conference 
on Solid Waste Research 
ESE FREY, CARL A., Col. Arts, Sci., Ohio Univ., 
Athens, Ohio Bacterial aspects of 
hot machine vended sandwiches 
TOX KRAMER, AMIHUD, Holzapfel Hall, 
Univ. Maryland, College Park, Md. 
Sympodium on international food standards 
J Washington Acad Sci p. 167, May 64. Insti- 
tute of food technologists holds annual meeting 
here. 
TOX SCRIMSHAW, NEVIN S., Sch. Sci., Mass. Inst. 
Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Inter- 
national Symposium on Mycotoxins in 
FnnHsfnff<; 
NTN JOHNSON, PAUL E., Natl. Acad. Sci., Wash., 
D.C. Documentation of knowledge in 
food and nutrition 
ESE LISTON, JOHN, Col. Fisheries, Univ. 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. 
Growth and survival of bacteria 
on seafoods 
Bact Proc RT7, 64. Lethal cold shock in 
Escherichia coli and Salmonella. 
BM WHEELER, HARRY E., Col. Arts, Sci., 

Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, 
La. Pathological changes in fine 
structure 
Phytopathology 55:1060, 65. Ultrastructural changes in 

susceptible oat tissues treated with victorin. 
BM MATELES, RICHARD I., Massachusetts Inst. 

Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Prepara- 
tion of microbial cells and metabolites 
Appl Microbiol 13, (No2):208, Mar 65. Produc- 
tion of aflatoxins in submerged culture. 
TOX FRANCIS, FREDERICK J., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Pigment 
studies in processed green vegetables 
Food Tecfinol 18, tNo 10):141, Oct 64. Effect ofi 
pH adjustment and HTST processing on color apd 
chlorophyll retention in spinach puree. 
J Food Sci-29:37T, Jul-Aug 64. Kinetics oT 
thermal degradation of chlorophyll in spinach 
puree. 
TOX MITCHELL, H.L., Col. Agr., Kansas State 
Univ., Manhattan, Kans. Nitrate 
accumulation and toxicity 
Thesis, MS, J E Harper, Kansas State Univ, 66. Changes in 
nitrate and molybdenum contents and nitrate reductase 
activity during the growth cycle of winter wheat. 
BM BAKER, ROBERT C, Col. Agr., Cornell Univ., 

Ithaca, N.Y. Exterior egg structures 
as barriers to microbes 
HUNT, ELDRIDGE G., California Dept. of 
Fish and Game, Sacramento, Cal. 
Significance of insecticide residues in 
pheasants 
FANG, SHENG C, Sch. Agr., Oregon 
State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. 
Organic mercurial fungicides and 
metabolism 
Plant Physiol 41:443, 66. Comparative study of uptake and 
cellular distribution of Hg203-| a b e | e( j phenylmercuric 
acetate and mercuric acetate bv nea roots. 
Proc Am Chem Soc 21st Northwest Reg Mtg, Jun 66. 
Tissue accumulation, excretion and intracellular distribution 
of mercury compounds in the rats after a single oral dose. 
BM SNYDER, WILLIAM C, Col. Agr., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Biological 
conseauences of plant residue decomposition 
in soil 
Phytopathology 55:126, 65. Influence of substrate on activity 

of a Bacterium antagonistic to Streptomyces scabies. 
Phytopathology 55:466, 65. Germination of chlamydospores 

of Thielaviopsis basicola. 
Phytopathology 55:702, 65. Nematocidal substances selective 
for plant parasitic nematodes in extracts of decomposing rye. 
Phytopathology 55:1052, 65. Inhibitory effect of CO2 on 
chlamydospore formation in Fusarium solani f. phaseoli. 
Thesis, Ph D, J A Bourret, Univ Calif, Berkeley, 65. 
Physiology of chlamydospore formation and survival in 
Fusarium. 



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Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. Incineration 
of infectious and radioactive solid wastes 

BELCHER, JOHN C, Col. Arts, Sci., Univ. 
Georgia, Athens, Ga. Sanitation in an 
industrializing environment 



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TOX MATHERS, ALEX P., Assn. of Official Agr. 
Chemistry, Washington, D.C. Travel 
of foreign scientists to 1964 A.O.A.C. 
meeting 
BM DIENER, URBAN L., Auburn Univ., Auburn, Ala. 

Growth and toxin production of food-storage 
fungi 
Phytopathology 55:497, 65. Toxin-producing ability of 
Asperigullus flavus strains grown on peanuts and on 
artificial medium. 
Phytopathology 55:498, 65. Aflatoxin production by 

Aspergillus flavus in a chemically-defined liquid medium. 

Phytoo?.hology 55:1057, 65. Aflatoxin content and fatty acid 

compusition of peanuts inoculated with Aspergil lus flavus. 

"PTahTTJis Rep 49:931, 65. Invasion of peanut "pods in the soih 

by Aspergillus flavus. 
Proc Am Oil Chem Soc Sympos Mycotoxin, Houston, Tex, EF-00644 

Apr 65. Toxic and non-toxic molds found in food materials. 
Proc 3rd Nat Peanut Conf, p. 114, 64. Factors influencing the 
production of aflatoxin by Aspergillus flavus growing on EF-00652 

laboratory media. 
Proc Peanut Improve Work Group, p. 42, 63. Fungal toxicity 

in peanuts. EF-00653 

Proc Peanut Improve Work Group Mtg, Washington, DC, Apr 65. 

Review of aflatoxin research at Auburn University. 
Science 142:1491, 63. Toxin-producing Aspergillus isolated 

from domestic peanuts. EF-00654 

Thesis, MS, W Eldridge, Auburn Univ, Dec 64. Nutritional 
factors influencing the synthesis of aflatoxin B by 

Asoerigullus flavus. EF-00656 

TMP ALLISON, RAY, Sch. Agr., Auburn Univ., 
Auburn, Ala. Parasinoidal activity of 
organophosphate compounds 
SSS MANDELKER, DANIEL R., Sch. Law, Washington 

Univ., St. Louis, Mo. Impact of EF-00663 

slum owner relocation on slum formation 
BM MUNDT, J. ORVIN, Agr. Expt. Station, 

Univ. Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. EF-00668 

Enterococci in frozen vegetables 
Appl Microbiol 14:115, 66. Growth of lactic acid bacteria in 

waste waters of vegetable-processing plants. 
TOX OLCOTT, HAROLD S., Col. Agr., Univ. 
California, Berkeley, Cal. Persistent 

toxic compounds in marine food organisms EF-00669 

NTN NAWAR, WASSEF W., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Effects 

of ionizing radiation on food lipids EF-00671 

TOX RALLS, JACK W., National Canners Assn., 
Berkeley, Cal. Fate of diazinon on 

and in foods EF-00674 

J Chromatogr 21:148, 66. Dual-band preparative thin-layer 
chromatography for the separation of Diazinon and related 

compounds from plant material. EF-00676 

TOX RAY, S4MMY M., A. and M. Marine Laboratory, 
Ft. Crockett, Galveston, Texas 

Laboratory study of toxic dinoflagellates EF-00677 

TOX GRAHAM, HORACE D., Col. Agr., Mechanic Arts, 
Univ. Puerto Rice, Mayaguez, P.R. 
Determination and reactions of food gums 
Proc Inst Food Techn 125th Ann Mtg, Kansas City, Mo, 
May 65. Interaction of carrageenan with polyvalent EF-00683 

complexes. 
TOX MclNTOSH, THOMAS H., Col. Agr., 
Univ. Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 

Reactions of triazine-herbicides EF-00689 

with soil components 
Agron Abstr 57:89, 65. Study of triazine reactions in soil using 

a modified Stanford- DeMent bioassay. 
Proc Am Chem Soc Winter Mtg, Div Agric Food Chem, EF-00693 

Paper No 45, 65. Detection of small amounts of s-triazine. 
TMP M ACKIN, JOHN G., Ccl . Arts, Sci., Texas 
AM Univ., College Station, Tex. 
Development of Dermocystidium marinum 
BM HALL, C.W., Michigan State Univ., East 

Lansing, Mich. Transport mechanisms 
of microorganisms in food plant air 
J Milk Food Techn 28, (No 2):41, 65. Sources of air-borne EF-00694 

microorganisms in food processing areas - drains. 
Proc 17th Int Dairy Congr, Munich, Germany, Vol 17, Subj F3, 
Paper 31, 65. Populations, sources and control of EF-00696 

air-borne microorganisms in dairy plants. 
Proc Nat Dairy Eng Conf 13:1, 65. Controlling air contamination 

using laminar air flow. EF-00700 

Thesis, Ph D, D R Heldman, Michigan State Univ, 65. 

Transport of a bacterial aerosol in turbulent mixing regions. 
TOX WITT, JAMES M., Col. Agr., Univ. Arizona, EF-00709 

Tucson, Ariz. Environmental sources 
of pesticide entry into milk 
TOX MILLEMANN, RAYMOND E., Agr. Expt. EF-00710 

Station, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, 
Ore. Effects of pesticides on 

estuarine organisms EF-00717 

TOX KRONSTAO, WARREN E., Oregon State Univ., 
Corvallis, Ore. Pesticide induced 
genetic changes in plant species 
BM BOHRER, C. WALLACE, National Canners Assn., 

Washington, D.C. Thermal destruction EF-00722 

of type E Clostridium botulinum 
TOX CURL, ELROY A., Sch. Agr. Auburn 
Univ., Auburn, Alabama Inter- 
actions of soil microorganisms and EF-00727 
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Proc SWC 18:605, 65. The absorption, transloca- 
tion and metabolism of dichlobenil. 
Proc SWC 18:615, 65. Preliminary studies on the 
degradation of paraquat by soil microorganisms. 
Phytopathology 55:497, 65. Some effects of atrazine on 
Sclerotium rolfsii and inhibitory soil microorganisms. 
Phytopathology 55:1054, 65. Effect of atrazine on Sclerotium 
rolfsii and Trichoderma viride in carbon- and nitrogen- 
amended soil. 
Phytopathology, Vol 56, 66. Effect of carbon and nitrogen 
amendments on growth of Sclerotium rolfsii and Trichoderma 
viride in atrazine-treated soil. 
Phytopathology, Vol 56, 66. Effect of atrazine, paraquat, 

and EPTC herbicides on growth of Sclerotium rolfsii. 
Phytopathology, Vol, 56, 66. Effect of five herbicides on 

growth of Rhizoctonia solani. 
BM SADLER, WALTER W., Sch. Vet. Med., 

Univ. California, Davis, Cal. 
Study of S. aureus enterotoxin with fat 
NEWLIN, HARRISON E., Midwest Research 
Inst., Kansas City, Mo. Symposium on 
antimetabolites and food toxins 
GORDON, CHAD, Grad. Sch. Arts. Sci., 
Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. 
A process approach to metropolitan 
decision-makina 
SCHOOLER. KERMIT K., Brandels Univ., 
Waltham, Ma.s. Residential physical 
environment and health of the aged 
GREEN, JOHN H., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. 
Physiology of C. botulinum type E 
Bact Proc p. A79, 66. Physiology of Clostridium botulinum 
type E: Optimal conditions for carbohydrate catabolism. 
TOX OWENS, ROBERT G., Boyce Thompson 
Inst., Yonkef s, N.Y. Studies 
on mycotoxins 
SPECK, MARVIN L., North Carolina State 
of Univ. North Carolina, Raleigh, N.C. 
Metabolic injury of bacteria caused by 
freezing 
J Bact 91:1105, 66. Release of biologically active peptides 

from Escherichia coli at subzero temperatures. 
TOX HILL, ROBERT M., Grad. Col., Univ. Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. Nitrate toxicity 
associated with plant and animal metabolism 
HASKIN, HAROLD H., Rutgers Univ., New 
Brunswick, N.J. Purification of 
hard clams from pplluted waters 
STRONG, ANN L., Sch. Law, Univ. Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa. European methods 
of controlling urban expansion 
JOHANSEN, CARL A., Grad. Sch., Washington 
State Univ., Pullman, Wash. Honey con- 
tamination by plant systemic insecticides 
HOLTMAN, D. FRANK, Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Ecology of 
Clostridium botulinum in the TVA lakes area 
ASM News 32, (No 1):27, 66. Occurrence of Clostridium 

botulinum in the bottom muds of TVA Lakes. 
HSR GUEST, LESTER, Col. Liberal Arts, 
Pennsylvania State Univ., University 
Park, Pa. Attitudes about sanitation 
in restaurants 
HACKLER, L. ROSS, New York State Agr. 
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Effect of processing on nutritional value of 
protein 
BUMPUS, DEAN F., Woods Hole Oceanographic 
Inst., Woods Hole, Mass. Circula- 
tion on the continental shelf 
Limnol Oceanogr 10, 65. Residual drift along the bottom on 

the continental shelf in the Middle Atlantic Bight area. 
Serial Atlas of the Marine Environment, p. 7, Am Geogr Soc, 
6b. Surface circulation on the continental shelf off 
eastern North America between Newfoundland and Florida. 
BM MATELES. RICHARD I., Sch. Sci., Massachusetts 
Inst. Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 
Toxic metabolites of Aspergillus flavus 
SNOEYENBOS, GLENN H., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Control 
of Salmonella 
STEVENS, BENJAMIN H., Regional Sci. Res. 
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programming of public facilities 
BOOTH, JOHN A., Sch. Agr., New Mexico State 
Univ., University Park, N. Mex. Physiology 
of plant tolerance to fungal infection 
PURDOM, P.W., Col. Eng., Sci., Drexel 
Inst. Technology, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Study of incinerator residue 
GEMMELL, ROBERT $.. Northwestern Univ., 
Evanston, III. Orthokinetic 
coagulation studies 
Thesis, MS, I J Samaha, Aug 65. Studies of floe growth in 

a continuous flow flocculator. 
TOX ISSENBERG, PHILLIP, Sch. Sci., 

Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Cambridge, 
Mass. Volatile wood smoke components 
absorbed by foods 
BRISKEY, ERNEST J., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Symposium 
physiology and chemistry of muscle as a food 
SILVERMAN, LESLIE, Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Harvard Univ., Boston, Mass. Systems 
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SSS MACKIN, jOHN G., Col. Arts, Scl., Texas 

AM Univ., College Station, Tex. 
Studies on the Protistan causing Malpeque 
disease 
BM FENNEMA, OWEN, Col. Agr., Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. Sas hydrates in 
biological anu other organic systems 
BM MAXCY, R. BURT, Col. Agr., Univ. 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. Microflora 
and deterioration of dairv equipment 
ESE HOFFMAN, DONALD A., Choi las Operations 
Station, San Diego, Cal. Pyrolysis 
of go' id municipal wastes 
BBC HANSEN. POUL M.T., Col. Agr., Ohio State 
L'ii.'., Columbus, Ohio Hydrophilic 
colloid interactions in milk systems 
TOX CRUMP, MALCOLM H., Col. Vet. Med., 
Iowa State Univ., Ames, Iowa 
Tiie pharmacology of specific mycotoxins 
TOX BISWAS, PR05ANT0 K., Sch. Agr., Tuskegee 
Inst. , Tuskegee Institute, Ala. 
The degradation products of herbicides 
BM LEE, JONG S., Sch. Agr., Oregon State 

Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Survival mechanism 
of irradiated microorganisms in foods 
Bact Proc, p. 37, 66. Recovery from radiation damage in 

bacteria. 
BM BABEL, FREDERICK J., Sch. Agr., Purdue 

Univ., Lafayette, Ind. Milk-coagulating 
enzymes of microbial origin 
TOX SCHULTZ, HAROLD W., Sch. Agr., Oregon 
State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. 
Symposium on foods — Chemistry and 
Physiology of flavor 
TOX BURG, STANLEY P., Sch. Med., Univ. 

Miami Coral Gabks, Fla. Mechanism 
of ethylene actio' - , 
Bot Gaz 126:200, 65. Relationship between ethylene production 

and ripening in bananas. 
Phvsiol Plantarum 18:870. 6b. Gas exchange in fruits. 
Proc Nat Acad Sci 55:262, 66. Interaction between auxin and 

ethylene and i;s role in olant growth. 
Science 148:1190, 65. Ethylene action and the ripening of 

fruits. 
BM FOSTER, EDWIN M.,Col. Agr., Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. Ecology of Clostridium 
botulinum type E 
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in fish of the Great Lakes. 
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the Great Lakes. 
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poisoning. 
Proc Sympos Botulism, Cincinnati, p. 221, 64. Ecology of 

Clostridium botuiinum in the Great Lakes. 
Proc Sympos Botulism Moscow, Jul 66. Occurence of Clos- 
tridium botulinum type E in fish from the Great Lakes with 
special reference to certain large bays. 
BM CHICHESTER, CLINTON 0., Col. Agr., Univ. 

California, Davis, Cal. Effect of light 
of high intensitv on microorganisms 
Bact Proc, 0. 33, 65. Photosensitized death of microorganisms 

with light frcm a continuous-wave qas laser. 
Proc Pacific Slope Biochem Conf, Univ S Calif, Los Angeles, 
65. Function of carotenoids in protecting Rhodotorula 
glutinis against radiation from a laser. 
SSS STEWART, GEORGE F., Univ. California, 
Davi5,Cal. Support for Toxicology 
Center — Food microbiology 
Appl Mjcrobiol 13, (No 21:348, 65. A second survey of market 

poultry for Salmonella infection. 
Avian Dis, 7 (No 1): 7, Aug 66. Bacteriological and sero- 
logical observations on turkeys naturally infected with 
Arizona. 
Avian pis 10 (No 2): 239, 66. A study of the efficacy of 

Arizona bacterin in turkeys. 
Avian Dis 10, (No 2):247, 66. Serologic tests for Arizona 

group infections. 
Poultry Sci 44:993, 65. Bacteriological survey of market 

poultry livers. 
TOX ZWEIG, GUNTER, Syracuse Univ. Res. Corp., 
Syracuse, N.Y. Mechanism of photosyn- 
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Appl Microbiol 13:939, 65. Effect of diquat on the photo- 
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ES-0TS001 SPP VAUGHAN, HENRY F., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

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Anesthesiology 25:470, 64. Air pollution and 
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Toxic Appl Pharmacol 6:355, M. Altered enzyme 

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TOX WHITTENBERGER, JAMES L., Sch. Public 
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Graduate Opportunities in Environmental 
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Public Relations in Environmental 
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Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, N.Y. Physi- 
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Physiol Zool 38:9, 65. Water economy and meta- 
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RH-00043 RAD BURNS, C.H., U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 

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RH-00045 RAD SERBER, WILLIAM, Philadelphia Gen. Hosp., 

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RH-00064 RAD ANDERSON, A.W., Oregon State U., Corvallis 

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MC F0YE, WILLIAM 0., Massachusetts 

Col. Pharmacy, Boston, Mass Radio- 
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RAD ALBERT, ROY E„ New York Univ. Med. Cr„ 

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RH-00392 BBC FORBES, WILLIAM F.. Sch. Med., Dent., 

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organic insecticides on two soecies of stoneflv naiads 
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Water Sewage Works, Jul 65. Toxicity of ten organic 

insecticides to various aquatic invertebrates. 
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Symposium on the Environmental Chemistry of Mar - 
ine Sediments , Pub No 1, Grad Sch Oceanogr, 
Univ Rhode Island, p. 58, 62. The atypical 
phosphate cycle of estuaries in relation to 
benthic metabolism. 
Symposium oflExperiir.etital Marine Ecology. " Pub 
No 2, Grad Sch Oceanogr, Univ Rhode Island, ' 
p.59, 64. Indices of ecological condition in 
marine orqanisms — A trial study. 
WP-00024 ESE FAIR, GORDON M., Grad. Sen., Harvard Univ., 

Cambridge, Mass. Internal hydraulic 
wo;!; in flocculation 
WP-00026 TOX 0SW»LD, WILLIAM J., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Nutritive 
and disease transmitting properties of 
sewage grown algae 
Am J Public Health 52:235, 62. The coming 

industry of controlled photosynthesis. 
Appl Microbiol 10:102, 62. Mass culture of 

PorBhvridium cruentum. 
Proc 19th Cong Int Un Pure Appl Chem, Jul 63. 
Production of chlcrella and its bearing on 
waste treatment, 
thrj- Air Water P»1tnfT,-(Wos *-7>:62?7Aug~6?. 
Water reclamation, algal production, and meth-* 
ane fermentation in waste ponds. 
Am J Fub-HeaKh -527252 jFeb'S?. Some public 
health aspects of algal-bacterial nutrient recov!- 
ery systems. 
Am J Pub Health 52: 258, Feb 62. The nutritive 

value of waste grown alqae. 
Calif Agric 4, Feb 65. Nutritive value of algae 

for swine. 
J Water Poilut Contr Fed 37:471, Apr 65. Har- 
vesting and processing sewage grown plank- 
tonic algae. 
Proc Am See Agric Eng 8:122, 65. Producing algae in 

lagoons. 
SERL Bull No 64, Nov 64. Nutritional and disease transmit- 
ting potential of sewage grown algae. 
WP-00027 ESE REES, DON M., Univ. Utah, Salt Lake City, 

Utah Multipurpose management techniques 
for reusable water 
Proc Conf Co-ordinated Progr Wildlife Manage- 
ment Mosq Suppress p. 39, 62. Co-operative 
research program in Utah directed towards 
mosquito reduction on wildlife areas. 
Proc 15th Ann Mtg Utah Mosa Abate Assn 
P. 1, 62. The development of techniques 
for multi-purpose management of reusable 
water before it enters the Great Salt lake. 



Air Water Poilut 9:501, 65. Volatile constituents produced 

by the alga Svnura oetersenii. 
Mosquito News 24, (No I):50, 64. Wildlife management 

concepts compatible with mosquito suppression. 
Proc Am Mosquito Control Assn 19th Arm Mtg, p. 310, 63. 

Relations between mosquito control organizations and 

governmental agencies. 
Proc Calif Mosquito Control Assn 32nd Ann Conf, p. 75, 64. 

Report on Utah mosquito control - fish and wildlife manage- 
ment coordination committee. 
Proc New Jersey Mosquito Extermination Assn 50th Ann Mtg, 

o. 8. 63. Public agencies in mosauito control. 
Proc New Jersey Mosquito Extermination Assn 50th Ann Mtg, 

p. 30, 63. Cooperative federal-state control programs 

and wildlife relationships. 
Proc New Jersey Mosquito Extermination Assn 50th Ann Mtg, 

63. Relations between mosquito control organization and 

governmental agencies. 
Proc New Jersey Mosquito Extermination Assn 50th Ann Mtg, 

p. 277, 63. Report of national mosquito control-fish and 

wildlife management coordination committee during 1962. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 16th Ann Mtg, p. 27, 63. 

Progress in the management of reusable water in Utah. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 16th Ann Mtg, p. 29, 63. 

A report of the first year study on development of techniques 

for multi-purpose management of reusable water. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 16th Ann Mtg, p. 30, 63. 

The Wheeler Machinery Company land development project 

and multi-purpose water management program. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 17th Ann Mtg, p. 6, 64. 

Water resource development and agriculture. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 17th Ann Mtg, p. 13, 

64. Comments on water resource development and use and 

mosquito control in Utah, 1954. 
Proc Utah Mosquito Abatement Assn 17th Ann Mtg, p. 28, 64. 

Recent accomplishments in the cooperative multi-purpose 

water management program in Utah. 

Thesis, MS, J W Teeter, Utah State Univ, 63. Influence of 
sodium chloride on the growth and reproduction of the sago 
pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus). 
Univ Utah Inst Environ Biol Res Ann Rep No 2, 64. Develop- 
ment of techniques for multi-purpose management of reusable 
water before it enters the Great Salt Lake. 
WP-00029 ESE COWGILL, DAVID M., Lubbock City-Co. Hlth. 

Dept., Lubbock, Tex. Multipurpose 
modification of playa sinks 
WP-00032 ESE JEFFREY, E A, U. Missouri, Columbia 

Design criteria for livestock waste 
lagoons 
WP-00035 TOX BREHMER, MORRIS L., Virginia Inst. Marine 

Science, Gloucester Point, Va. Tox- 
icity of industrial wastes to marine 
oroanisms 
WP-00036 ESE B0STER, ROBERT, Col. Lib. Arts, Sci., 

Portland State Col., Portland, Ore. 
Heavv metal poisons in waters and 
industrial wastes 
^VP-00039 ESE BONNEY, CHARLES H., Sch. Eng., Vanderbilt 

Univ., Nashville, Tenn. Determination 
of transition zones in settling basins 
WP-00040 ESE HINDIN, E., Washington State U., Pullman 

Water reclammation from sewage by solvent 
extraction 
WP-00041 ESE METZGER, IVAN, Newark Col. Engineering, 

Newark. N.J. Equalization of liquid wastes 
WP-00043 ESE STUMM, WERNER, Harvard Univ., 

Cambridge, Mass. Modes of 
corrosion inhibition in natural waters 
J Am Water Works Assn 55:1553, 63. Hydro- 
gen ion buffering in natural waters. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56:621, 64. Evaluation 

of corrosion in water supply distribution systems. 
J Inorg Nucl Chem 27:237, 65. Complex formation 
of ferric iron with O-silicic acid. 
WP-00044 ESE TESTFRMAN, MAURICE K., Graduate Inst. 

Technology, Little Rock, Ark. A continuour 
multiparameter water quality monitor 
Proc Am Chem Soc, Div Water and Waste Chem, 
Philadelphia, Apr 64. A self-contained water 
quality monitor. 
WP-00046 ESE BEHLKE, C.E., Sch. Eng., Oregon State C, Cor- 

vallis Comprehensive study of ocean out- 
fall diffusers 
AP-00047 ESE ENGELBRECHT, R.S., Sch. Eng., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Factors 
influencing free-living nematodes 
in water 
Proc 83rd Ann Conf Am Water Works Assn, Kansas 
City, Missouri, May 63. Source and persis- 
tence of nematodes in surface waters. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56, (No 1):73, Jan 64, 
Source and persistence of nematodes in surface 
waters. 
PhD Thesis, Feb 64. Occurrence and controlled 
environmental studies of nematodes in natural 
and waste waters. 
Water and Sewage Works 112:52, Feb 65. Detect- 
ing nematodes in public water supplies. 
J Am Water Works Assn 57:1561, Dec 65. Nematodes in an 

aerobic waste treatment plant. 
J Sanitary Engr Div ASCE 92:SA1:229, Feb 66. Free-living 

nematode removal by rapid sand filters, 
ihesis, MS, R L Peterson, May 65. Removal of free-living 

nematodes by rapid sand filters. 
Thesis, MS, I Wei, June 66. Studies on the removal of 
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WP-CCC51 ESE GESSEL, S.P., Col estry, U. Washington, 

jeauls Hyorologic properties of forest 
humus types 
Soil Sci Soc Am Pioc 25:321, Jul-Aug 61. 
Tension lysimeter studies of ion and moisture 

fliOVe: 
LUEDER, D.R., Gootcchnics and Resources, Inc., 
White Plains, N.Y. Crystal fracture 

patterns am! groundwater movement 
AALTERS, JAMES V., Col. Eng., Univ. Alabama, 
University,/! i. Nematodes in sewage 
and sewage treatment facilities 
BRUUN, PER, Univ. Florida, Gainesville, 
Fla. Fluorescent facing of sediments 
in coastal areas 
Bull No 3 09, Engineer Industr Exn Station, 
Univ Florida, Jem 62 . Storm tides in Florida 
as related to coastal topography . 
engineer Piogi Univ Florida 19<.J-1962, Tech 
- p f-.'o 13, 62. Review of beach erosion 
arid storm tide conditions In Florida. 
J Am Geopliy Union 68, (No 4), Feb 63. 

Longshore currents and longshore troughs. 
J Am Shore Beach Preservation Assn, Apr 62. 
Tracino of material movement on seashores. 
J ASCE Waterways Harbors Oiv, Feb 62. Dis- 
cussion on the Columbia River estuary prob- 
lems. 
Proc Fed Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conf, 
Jackson, Miss, Feb 63. Quantitative tracing 
Of litto-al drift. 
^-me and Beach. Apr 62. Tracing of littoral 

,-irift. 
Am Geophys Un 68, (No 3), 63 . Longshore 

wave current theories . 
Bull Progr ij.iiv Florida, 17, (No 8), 63. 

Coastal development and coastal protection . 
IAHR Coii«r, London, 63 . Littoral drift and 

tidal inlets. 
Leaf'et No 158, Engineer Industr Exp Station, 
Univ Florida, Jun 63 . Emergency measures to 
comba beacn erosion. 
Pro-; Sth Conf Coastai Engineer Counc Wave Res, 
Berkeley, 63 . Longshore currents and long- 
shore troughs . 
Proc Sec imentation Conf, Jackson, Miss, 63. 

Quantitative tracing of littoral drift . 
Shore and Beach, 64. World's Northernmost 
Artificial Beach. 
GUSTAFSON, ARTHUR A., Public Hlth Lab., 
Grand Forks, N.D. The bacterial 
and viral flora of sewagt laaoons 
TRAMA, FRANCESCO B., Rutgers Univ., New 
Brunswick, N.J. A pre- and post- 
impoundment study on the Raritan River, 
New Jersey 
ROHLICH, GERARD A., Univ . Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. Glucose utilization by 
pure and mixed cultures 

FERGUSON, JAMES W., Col. Liberal Arts, Sci., 
Portland State Col., Portland, Ore. 
Water pollutants determinable by gas 
chromatography 
SAWYER, C.rl., Met calf and Eddy, Boston, Mass. 
Removal of algal nutrients from sewage 
with lime 

EYE, JOHN D., Crad. Sch., Univ. Cincinnati, 
Cincinnati, Ohio Trickling filter 
effluent duality control of O.R.P. 
IRWIN, W.H., Okla. State U. Res, Fdn., Stillwater 

The resistance of fish to refiner: effluents 
LAMBERT, R., Col. Arts, Sci., Univ. 
Louisville, Louisville, Ky. 
Ecoici,/ of r,hytop;ankton blooms 
KIRKHAM, DON, Iowa State Univ. Sci. Tech., 
Ames, Iowa Movement of water from 
waste recharge installations 
Trans Am Geophys Un 44, (No 4):872, Dec 63. 
Exact theory of the snaps of the free surface 
about a well . 
J Gedph'/s Res 69:2537, 64. Exact theory for the 
shape of '.he free water surface about a well in 
a semi-confined aiuifer. 
Proc ArrfSoil^ScTSoc 28:585", 64." Physical arti- 
fices and formulas for approximating water table 
fail in tile-drained land. 
WP-00071 ESE HARLEMAN, DONALD R.F., Mass. Inst. Tech., 

Cambridge, Mass. Mechanics of aeration 
and dispersion in river pollution 
J Sanitary Engineer Div (SA6), Nov 62. Tur- 
uu'snt diffusion and the reaeration coefficient. 
WF-00073 ESE MORRIS, J. CARRELL, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 

Mass. Reactions of dilute agueous 
chiorine with sulfamate 
VvP-0007< ESE RAND, MYRTON C, Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, 

N Y Kinetics of oxidation of sulfites 
by dissolved oxygen 
Ann Intern Med 58:627, 63. The distribution 

of cardiovascular disease m the community. 
Clin Res 12:67 Jar, 64. Diabetic control: Re- 
lation to knowledge about diabetes. 
Hose Manage 96:49, 63. Overnight facilities 

fo- ambulatory parents. 
J Med Assn Alabama 33:20, Jul 63. Periodic 
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imp-.-'i Epidemiology ol family prac- 

tice. 
J Ciironic Oii 17:76^ . ■ ier'1 care classi- 

fication as a basis for estimating graded inpatient 
al facilities. 
J Chror.i- Dis 17:E37, Sep M. The dispos 
of patients from a consultant general medical 
clinic- 
New Eng J Med 27t, S;p 64. The training of the 
-ian. II The residency. 
ESE GAUDY. ANTHONY P., Jr., Sch. Civil Eng., 
Okla. State Univ. ,. Stillwater, Okla. 
Response of activated sludge to organic 
shock loads 
Proc 18th Pu-riuc Industrial Waste Cont, Purdue 
Univ, May 63. Stu'Jies on the occurrence of 
the plateau in BOD exertion. 
Proc 63ro Ami Mtg An: Soc Microbiol, Cleveland, 
May fo3. Multi component substrate removal by 
acti' culture systems. 

Proc 3rd Ann Indusbia! Water Wastes Conf 
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method fo: det( i len ical oxygen demand. 

Proc 35th Ann Mt< n i,ontroi Fed, 

Torw.; . Sequential sub- 

strate re iov ous populations. 

Res Seminar, Rice Univ Houston, Texas, Feb 
63. Biochemical >espan:e of mixed mass 
cultures to changes in the environment. 
Appl Microbiol li:li7, 63. Multicomponent 
substrate utilization in natural populations 
and a pure cu''ure of tschenchia coli. 
Appl Microbiol 11:305, 63. A statistical study 
of the spoi pl3tf :.echnigue for viable celt 
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J Water Poliut Contr Fed 35:903, 63. Sequen- 
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Proc Texas WPCA Industr Waste Conf, Jun 63. 
A coiorimetrle method for determining chemical 
oxygen demand. 
Biotechnol Bioengineer 7:455, 'el. Studies on tne response 

of activated siudge to shock loadings 
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of continuous flow activated sludge processes to qualitative 
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JONES, G.E., Univ, California, La jolla, Cal. 
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on bacteria 
Proc 8th Int Congr MicroSiol p. 49, 62. The 
importance of amino acids to the development 
of marine bacteri.- 
S ymposium on Ma rine Mic rohiola'jy, C C Thomas, 
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bacterid growth by sea water. 
HEUKELEKIAN, H., Col. Agr... Rutgers State U., 
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polluted and unpoll 
MARVELL, ELLIOT N , Sr.h. Sci , Ol i 
State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Components 
of kraft null wastes a;>d tlieir toxicities 
J Org Ciiem 28:1542, 63. 4-(p-Tolyl)-l- 
pentanol in Dougias fir pulping products. 
MORRISON, S.M., Cole Stale U. its. Fdn., 
Fort Collins The rele 

of animal fecal fiora in stream pollution 
BIGGAR, JAMES W., Univ, California, Davis 
Cal. Soil interaction with organic?!lv 
polluted water 
SUTTKUS, ROYAL D., Tulane Univ,, New Orleans. 
La. Pearl River fishes—Index for 

pre-oollution surveys 
Copeia 4:462, 61. Comparison of Hybognathus 
Jordan and Hybognathus nuchaiis Aqassiz, 
Trans Am Fish Sec 91:84, 62. Fecundity of 

spotted seatrout, Cvnoscion nebulosus. 
Tuiane Stud Zool 8:177, 61. Fecundity and 

reproduction In large scale menhaden. 
Tulane Stud Znol 9:323, 62. Records of 

fr eshwater fishes in Florida; 

Copeia (No 1) rno; "HaT t4". "Eiheoslbma moorei, 
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the White River System, Arkansas. 
MALINA, JOSEPH F., Jr., Sch. Eng., Univ. 
Texas, Austin, Texas Amino acid 
formation in anaerobic sludge digestion 
Proc 19th Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, La- 
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anaerobic .vuste water sludge. 
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Serv, Water Supply and P liut Contr Div, 
Dec 63. 
MURPHY, NELSON F., Virginia Polytechnic Inst., 
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sulfate pulp wash liouor 
VELZ, CLARENCE J., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 
Michigan, Ann At Biological 

ext-action and accumulation in streams 
BREHMEP, M.L., Va. Fisheries, Gloucester Point 

Effects of thermal effluents on marine life 
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Urbana, III. Determination of total 
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ESE FUHrtiulAN, R.E., Water Pollution Control Fed., 
Wash., D.C. International 

Conference on Water Pollution Research 
ESE HARWARD, MOYLE E., Grad. Sch., Oregon 
State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Location 
of charge and chemical properties of clay 
ESE STUMM, WERNER, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, 
Mass. Chemical aspects of coagulation 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:971, 62. Chemical 
aspects of coagulation. 
J Colloid Sci 19:347, 64. Colloid chemical behavior of 

manganese dioxide. 
J Inorg Nucl Chem 27:237, 65. Formation of a silicato- 

iron (III) complex in aqueous solution. 
J New Eng Water Works Assn, Mar 66. Discussion of 
H E Hudson's paper on coagulation and flocculation of 
surface waters. 
J Water Pollut Contr Fed 1371, Oct 65. Chemical floccu- 
lation of microorganisms in biological waste treatment. 
Proc 2nd Int Water Pollut Res Conf, Tokyo, p. 103, 64. 
Role of multivalent metal oxides in limnological trans- 
formations, as exemplified by iron and manganese. 
Thesis, PhD, M WTenny, Harvard Univ, 65. Chemical 

enhancement of biological waste treatment. 
ESE RENN, CHARLES E., Sch. Eng., Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Baltimore, Md. Reducing secondary 
effluent phosphorus concentration 
ESE SIEBURTH, JOHN M., Univ. Rhode Island, 
Kingston, R.I. Production of pro- 
and antibacterials bv marine alaae 
Honors Lecture, Univ Rhode Island, Kingston, 
62. Biochemical warfare among the microbes 
of the sea. 
Trans NY Acad Sci Ser 2, 24:498, 62. Anti- 
coliform activity of sea water associated with 
the termination of Skeletonema costatum 
blooms. 
Botanica Marina 6:147, 64. Effect of Sargas- 
sum distribution on its epibiota and antibac- 
terial activity. 
Deep-Sea Res 10:757, 63. Microbiological 
sampling with a piggy-back device during 
routing Nansen bottle casts. 
J Bact 86:1129, 63. Levelling device for 

preparation of Petri plates at sea. 
Limnol Oceanogr 8:489, 63. A simple form of 
the ZoBell bacteriological sampler for shallow 
water. 
Develop Indust Microbiol 5:124, 64. Antibacterial 
substances produced by marine algae. 
Bact Proc, 66. Agglutocidin, an arthrobacter inhibitor 

produced by marine pseudomonads. 
Nature 205:830, 65. Slicks associated with Trichodesmium 

blooms in the Sargasso Sea. 
Nature 208:52, 65. Sargassum tannin, an antibiotic that 

retards fouling. 
Proc Soc Gen Microbiol 44th Gen Mtg, p. 6, 65. Organic 
aggregation in sea water by alkaline precipitation of 
inorganic nuclei during the formation of ammonia by bacteria. 
Proc Sympos Monaco Commission Int Explorat Sci Mer 
Mediterranee, p. 217, 65. Role of algae in controlling 
bacterial populations in estuarine waters. 
Microbiology of the Sea , Academic Press, 66. Influence of 
algal antibiosis on the ecology of marine microorganism 
in advances. 
ESE STROSS, RAYMOND G., Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Maryland, College Park, Md. Control 
of nuisance algae in lakes 
ESE ONGERTH, HENRY J., California Dept. Public 
Health, Berkeley, Cal. Study of limits 

for total solids in water 
Modern Hosp, Aug 62. What administrators of 
small hospitals do. 
ESE CASTLE, EMERY N., Sch. Agr., Oregon State 
Univ., Corvallis, Ore. An economic 
evaluation of water pollution control 
Proc Committee Economics Water Resources Develop Western 
Agric Econ Res Counc, Salt Lake City Report No 12, 63. 
An economic evaluation of water pollution control alterna- 
tives. A progress report. 
Thesis, PhD, J B Stevens, DepAgric Econ, Oregon State 
Univ, 65. A study of conflict in natural resource use: 
Evaluation of recreational benefits as related to changes 
in water quality. 
New Horizons for Resources'Research: Issues and Method- 
ology, Univ Colorado Press, Boulder, Colorado, 65. 
Water use relationships as affected by water quality on 
the Yaquina bay. 
Western Resources Papers , Univ Colo, Boulder, Aug 64. 
Water use relationships as affected by quality on the 
Yaquina Bay. 
ESE THOMAS, HAROLD A., Jr., Sch. Eng., Applied 
Physics, Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. 
Operations research in water quality 
management 
J Water Resources Res 1:4, Dec 65. An optimization scheme 

for gaging. 
Proc EDD Systems State Local Governments Conf, New York 

Univ, 64. Design of water resource systems. 
Symposium on Streamflow Regulation for Quality Control, U.S. 
UeptHLW:PHS, Jun 6b. I he nature ol the storage yield 
relation. 
ESE YEVDJEVICH, VUJICA M., Colorado State U. 
Res. Fdn., Ft. Collins, Colo. Unsteady 
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WP-00118 ESE SMITH, F. WALTON, ..iarine Lab., Miami Univ., 

Miami, Fla. Ecological effects of 

sewage in Biscayne Bay 
Bull Marine Sci Gulf Caribbean 11:394, Sep 61. 
Effects of pollution in Biscavne Bay. Florida. 
WP-00119 ESE DUNLOP, S.G., Sch. Med., Univ. Colorado, 

Denver, Colo. Enteric pathogens and viruses 
in irrigation water 
Bact Proc 148:99, 62. Effect of glycerol on 

S. flexneri and Shigella bacteriophage. 
J Milk Food Tech 24:44, 61. Use of sewage 
effluent for irrigation of truck crops. 
WEINBERGER, L;W„ Case Inst. Tech., Cleveland 
Growth factors in biological treatment 
of wastes 
WEINBERGER, L.W., Case Inst. Tech., 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Growth stimulation of the methane bacteria 
WILSON, HAROLD A., Sch. Agr., West Virginia 
Univ., Morgantown, W. Va. Sewage 
decomposition in acid mine drainage waters 
WRIGHT, JOHN C, Grad. Sch., Montana State 
Col., Bozeman, Mont. Hydrobiology of 
the f.'adison River and its headwaters 
LARSON, T.E., U. Illinois, Urbana 
Effect of minerals in water on radioactivity 
counting 
OKUN, DANIEL A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill,N.C. Oxygen 
in .vsste treatment 
Int J Air Water Pollut 2, (No 2):111, 63. 
Effect of surface active agents on the rate of 
oxygen transfer. 
Int J Air Water Pollut 2, (No 4):113, 63. 
Effects of surface active agents on oxygen bub->- 
ble characteristics. 
Proc 36th Ann Mtg Water Pollut Contr Fed, 
Seattle, Wash, Oct 63. The effect of surface 
active agents on aeration. 
Bibliography on Effect of Surface-Active Agents 
on Mass Transfer by Aeration , Dep Environ 
Sci Engineer, Chapel Hill, NC p. 43, 63. 
WP-00132 ESE LARSON, THURSTON E., III. State Water 

Survey, Univ. Illinois, Urbana, III. 
Corrosion and tuberculation in dis- 
tribution systems 
WP-00133 ESE HEUKELEKIAN, HOVHANESS, Grad. Sch., Rutgers 

State Univ., New Brunswick, New Jersey 
The effect of composition of waste water 
on the activated sludge characteristics 
WP-00135 ESE WARREN, CHARLES E., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Influence of dissolved 
oxygen upon fresh-water fishes 
Trans Am Fish Soc 91:155, 62. Influence of 

oxygen concentration on growth of salmon. 
Trans Am Fish Soc 92:111, 63. The influence 
of oxygen concentration on the swimming per- 
formance of juvenile Pacific salmons at various 
temperatures. 
Trans Am Fisheries Soc 92, (No 4):327, Oct 

63. Dissolved oxygen requirements of develop- 
ing steelhead trout and chinook salmon em- 
bryos at different water velocities. 

WP-00136 ESE HEUKELEKIAN, H., Rutgers U., New Brunswick, 

N.J. Biochemical oxygen demand of pure 
organic compounds 
Proc Int Conf Water Pollut Hes, London, p. 419, 

64. Growth and endogenous phases in the oxi- 
dation of glucose. 

WP-00137 ESE PAPPENHAGEN, JAMES M., Kenyon Col., 

Gambier, Ohio Determination of ions In 
wastes and waters 
WP-00139 ESE BLACK, ALVIN P., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. A 
comprehensive study of water coagulation 
J Am Water Works Assn 53:438, Apr 61. Tur- 
bidity removal. 
J Am Waterworks Assn 53:589, May 61. 

Organic-color removal. 
J Am Water Works Assn 53:737, Jun 61. Sludge 

from lime-soda softening. 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:926, Aug 62. Micro- 
electrophoresis. 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:926, Aug 62. Deter- 
mination of mobility of colloidal particles by 
microelectrophoresis. 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:971, Aug 62. Chemi- 
cal aspects of coaaulation. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56:99, Jan 64. Elec- 
trophoretic studies of turbidity removal by 
coagulation with ferric sulfate. 
WP-00141 ESE DIMICK, R.E., Sch. Agric, Oregon State Col., 

Corvallis, Oregon An experimental study 

of the resistance of representative marine 
animals to various pollutional conditions in marine 
environments 
WP-00142 ESE O'CONNOR, DONALD J., Sch. Eng., 

Manhattan Col., N.Y.C. Effect of 

physical and chemical variables on reaeration 
WP-00143 ESE CLARK, J.W., N. Nexico State U., Univ. Park 

Aerobic diaestion in the liauid state 
WP-00147 ESE RANDLES, CHESTER I., Ohio State Univ., 

Columbus, Ohio Aquatic bacteria 
related to acid-mine drainage 
J Immun 90:526, 63. Rho (D) specificity of a 
polysaccharide isolated from a species of 
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ESE DUNSTAN, G.H., Washington State U., Pullman 
Sphaerotilus control for irrigation 
water 
ESE NESBITT, J.B., Pa. State U., Univ. Park 

Aerobic metabolism of cyanogenic compounds 
ESE GEYER, J.C., Sch. Eng., Johs Hopkins U., 

Baltimore, Md. Los-flow augmentation for 
stream-pollution abatement 
Proc 34th Ann Cong Maryland-Delaware Water 
and Sewage Assn 38, 61. Algae and organic 
waste assimilation in tidal estuaries. 
Proc Int Conf Water Pollut 35:30, Sep 62. 
Photosynthetic oxygenation of a polluted 
estuary. 
ESE BORCHARDT, JACK A., Col. Eng., Univ. 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. The 
use of algae in the treatment of sewage 
effluents 
Water Pollut Contr Fed 36:443, 65. Nitrogen and phosphorus 
extraction from domestic waste water treatment plant effluents 
by controlled algal culture. 
ESE JOHNSON, J.W., U. California, Berkeley 
Oceanographic factors in the functional 
design of ocean outfall sewers 
J Hydraul Div ASCE 87, Nov 61. Jet dis- 
charge into fluid with densitv gradient. 
ESE WARREN, CHARLES E., Oregon State Univ., 
Corvallis, Ore. Ecological studies 
of an experimental stream 
PhD Thesis, Oregon State Univ, Corvallis, 63. 
Seasonal occurrence and distribution of aquatic 
insects in Berry Creek. 
J Wildlife Management 28, (No 4):617, 64. Trout 
production in an experimental stream enriched 
with sucrose. 
Nature 209:319, 66. Depressant effect of moonlight on activity 

of aauatic insects. 
ESE BANDY, ORVILLE L., Univ. So. California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. Benthonic foraminifera 
relationship to ocean pollution 
Bull Geological Soc Am 75:403, 64. Facies trends, 

San Pedro Bay, California. 
Am Soc Limnol Oceanogr Bull 9:, (No 11:112, 64j 
Foraminiferal trends, Laguna Beach outfall areb, 
California. 
Am SoiTLTmnor Oceanogr Bull 9, (No 11:124, 64. 
Foraminilera, Los Angeles County outfall area, 
California. 
Essays in Marine Geology in Honor OIK. 0. Emery, 
Univ So Calif Press, Los Angeles, p. 121, 63. 
Size relationships ol Eggerella advena to sedi- 
ment and depth of substratum. 
ESE FRANZINI, J.B., Stanford U., Cal. 

Evaporation suppression and effects on 
biota 
ESE LEMLICH, ROBERT, Grad. Sch., Univ. 
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Foam 
fractionation with reflux 
AlChE J 6:102, 61. Effect of acoustic vibra- 
tion on forced convective heat transfer. 
AlChEJ 7:240, 61. Effect of vibration on 

natural convective mass transfer. 
AlChE J 8:214, May 62. Unified vectorial 
approach to difference point methods in stage- 
wise operations. 
Chem Eng 68:171, 61. Vibration and pulsa- 
tion boost heat transfer. 
I&EC Fundamentals 2:297, Nov 63. Foam 

fractionation. 
Science 134:191, Jul 61. Foam fractionation 

with reflux. 
Industr Eng Chem Fundamentals Quart 2:297, 

63. Foam fractionation. 
Am Industr Chem Eng J 11, (No 1):18, Jan 65. 
A study of interstitial liquid flow in foam. I. 
Theoretical model and application to foam 
fractionation. 
Am Industr Chem Eng J 11, (No 11:25, Jan 65. 
A study of interstitial liquid flow in foam. II. 
Experimental verification and observations. 
I&EC Proc Design Develop 4, (No 1):13, Jan 65. 

Bubble and foam fractionation combined. 
Industr Eng Chem Fundamentals 2, (No 41:297, 
Nov 63. Foam fractionation. Standard sepa- 
rator and refluxing columns. 
Proc Joint Am Inst Chem Eng - I Chem Eng Mtg, London, 65. 

Predicting the performance of foam fractionation columns. 
ESE FREUND, H., Oregon State U., Corvallis 

Chemistry and Toxicology of complex cyanides in 
aqueous solution 
ESE LEVIN, G.V., Resources Research, Wash., D.C. 

Harvestlna of alaae 
ESE HIMMELBLAU, D.M., U. "exas, Austin 

Gas transport into and out of aqueous type 
solutions 
ESE CARPENTER, J.H., Sch. Arts, Sci., Johns Hopkins 
U., Baltimore Solubility of oxygen in 
Dure and natural water 
ESE BURGESS, F.J., Oregon State U., 
Corvallis Chemical-Physical 
aspects of deep trickling filters 



WP-00173 ESE MCCARTY, PERRY L., Massachusetts Inst. 

Technology, Cambridge, Mass Microbiology 
of anaerobic digestion 

Int J Air Water Pollut 6:65, 62. Volatile acid 
digestion at hiqh loadinq rates. 
WP-00176 SSS BARLOW, JOHN P., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 

Eutroohication of the tidal waters 
Water Sewage Works 108:68, 61. Oxygen re- 
sources of tidal waters. 
Limnol Oceanogr 8 (No 1):56, 63. Diurnal 
variations in photosynthetic activity of natural 
phytoolankton populations. 
Limnol Oceanogr 8 (No 2):251, 63. Eutro- 
phication of a tidal estuary. 
WP-00181 ESE STRANDBERG, C.A., General Res. Development, 

Inc., Wash., D.C. Dispersion 

and diffusion of heated coolant water 
WP-00182 ESE SKRINDE, R.T., Washington State U., Pullman, 

Washington Effect of irrigation 

use on quality of return waters 
WP-00183 ESE VILLEMONTE, JAMES R., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Hydraulic 
characteristics of circular sedimentation basins 
Proc 17th Purdue Conf Industr Wastes 47:682, 
Mar 63 . Hydraulic characteristics of circular 
sedimentation basins . 
"Proc"18tn IndusrWasTeXonf, PurdueUniv,~48, 
(No 3):374, May 64. Tracer studies in circular 
sedimentation basins. 
PhD Thesis; Umv Wisconsin ,65. Comparison oT 
hydraulic and removal efficiencies of sedimenta- 
tion basins. 
WP-00185 ESE BURGESS, FREDERICK J., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Waste water lagoon 
criteria for maritime climates 
WP-00187 ESE GANNON, J J. ,U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 

Investigation of river BOD abnormalities 
WP-00188 ESE INGOLS, ROBERT S., Sch. Applied Biol., 

Georgia Inst. Tech., Atlanta, Ga. 
Bicdegradation of halogenated phenolics 
WP-00190 ESE DUNSTAN, G.H., Wash. State U., Pullman 

Limnological study of anaerobic-aerobic 
sewage ponds 
WP-00191 ESE McCARTY, P.L„ Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge 

Ion effects in anaerobic digestion 
WP-00192 ESE McCARTY, P.L., Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge 

Nutrient requirements in anaerobic 
digestion 
WP-00193 ESE TISCHER, R.G., Miss. State U., State College 

Algae-bacteria complexes in oxidation 
ponds 
WP-00194 ESE COLLIER, A.W., Texas AM Res. Fdn., Col. Station 

Assay and survey of insecticides in 
marine environment 
WP-00196 ESE MORGAN, PAUL E., Sch. Eng., Iowa State 

Univ., Ames, Iowa Design requirements 
for municipal diatotnite filters 
American City p. 23, Dec 63. Pure water while 

you wait. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56, (No 3):330, Mar 
64. Modified form of diatomite filtration equa- 
tion. 
Waterworks Eng 116, (No. 5):366, May 63. 

Iowa State: Pilot studies of diatomite filtration. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56 (No 71:915, Jul 64. 
Streaming potentials in diatomite filtration of 
water. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56, (No 9):1233, Sep 64. 
Effect on filtration of polyelectrolyte coatings 
of diatomite filter media. 
J Am Water Works Assn 57, (No 21:157, Feb 65. 
Task group report: Diatomite filters for munic- 
ipal use. 
Water Sewage Works 111, (No 51:229, May 64. 

Theoretical aspects of diatomite filtration. Part I. 
Water Sewage Works 111, (No 61:290, Jun 64. 
Theoretical aspects of diatomite filtration. 
Part II. 
Water Sewage Works 111, (No 71:331, Jul 64. 
Theoretical aspects of diatomite filtration. 
Part III. 
J Am Water Works Assn 56, (No 61:793, Jun 64. Hydraulic 
and particle size characteristics of some diatomite filter 
aids. 
WP-00198 ESE SMITH, PAUL H., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Studies 
on the methanoaenic bacteria in sluriae 
WP-00199 ESE SHAPIRO, JOSEPH, Sch. Eng., Johns Hopkins 

Univ., Baltimore, Md. Inorganic- 
organic interactions in natural waters 
Science 136:988, Jun 62. Vacuum filtration 

of laroe volumes in the laboratory. 
JAiii Water Works Assn 56:1062, 64. "Effect oT 
yellow organic acids on iron and other metals 
in water. 
Science 133:1828, 61. High-rate laboratory fil- 
tration with Buchner funnels. 
Science 133:2063, 61. Freezing-out, a safe tech- 
nique for concentration of dilute solutions. 
WP-00200 ESE DeLUISE, F.J., Sch. Eng., U. Rhode Island, 

Kingston The thermodynamics and kinetics 
in anaerobic digestion 
WP-00201 ESE SYMONS, J. M., Mass. Inst. Tech., Cambridge 

The biochemistry of synthesis in activated sludge 



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Res. Inst., Lawrence, Mass. Methods 
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water 

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Tex-: 
Proc 1st Nat Coastal Shallow Water Res Conf, 
Tallahassee, Florida, p. 897, 62. The 
paradox that film ecosystems are anaerobic 
basins. 
ESE SCHROEPFER, G.J., U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 
Factors affecting thickening in liquid solids 
separation 
ESE FAUST, SAMUEL D., Grad. Sch., Rutgers, The 
State Univ., New Brunswick, N.J. 
Org-.r.ic pesticides and herbicides from 
water 
Hyacinth Control J 1:10, 62. Some effects of 

2,4-D on drinking water quality. 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:235, 62. Deter- 
mination of 2,4-DCP in water. 
J Am Water Works Assn 55:639, 63. Deter- 
mination of 2,4-D in surface waters. 
Proc NEWCC 15:546, 61 . Preliminary report 
on the effect of some aquatic herbicides on 
water qual ity . 
Proc NEWCC 16:459, 62. Observations on the 
occurrence and persistence of 2,4-D and 
2,4-DCP in lake water. 
Proc NEWCC 17:460, 63. Some effects of 
2,4-D and 2,4-DCP on drinking water 
quality. 
J Am Waterworks Assn 56, (No 3):267, Mar 
64. Water pollution by organic pesticides. 
J Chem Eng Data 8, (No 3):413, Jul 63. Eval- 
uation of the solubilities of the calcium and 
magnc-sium salts of 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic 
acid. 
Proc 18th Purdue Industr Waste Conf, May 63. 
Studies on the removal of 2.4-D and 2,4-DCP 
from surface waters. 
Anal Chem 36:2200, 64. Determination of phesi- 

oxyacetic acids with J and phenyl J acids. 
Clin Pharmacol Ther 5:677, 64. Pollution of the 

water environment by orqanic pesticides. 
J Agric Food Chem 12:541, 64. Studies on the ; 
fate of 2,4-D and ester derivatives in natural 
surface waters. 
J Am Water Works Assn 57:221, 65. Removal of 
2,4-D derivatives from natural waters. 
ESE McGAUHEY, PERCY H„ Col. Eng., Univ. 
California, Berkeley, Cal. Travel of 
synthetic detergents with percolating 
Water Pollut Contr Fed J 37, (No 6):857, Jun 65. Degrada- 
tion of biologically soft detergents by waste water treatment 
processes. 
Travel of Synthetic Detergents with Percolating Water — 
Fourth Annual Report, Univ Calif Sanit Eng Res Lab, Rep 

No 65-4, Feb 65. 

ESE FENG, T.H., U. Massachusetts, Amherst 
The nature of and disenfecting power of 
subchlorine residuals 
J Water Pollut Control Fed 35:475, Apr 63. Sub- 
ch I or i nation of wastewater. 
TMP HILSENHOFF, WILLIAM L., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Biological 
factors in the management of lake flies 
J Econ Entom 55:71, Feb 62. Malathion to 

control Tendipes plumosus. 
Mosquito News 22:14, Mar 62. Toxicity of 

malathion to walleyed pike fingerlings. 
Ann Entomol Soc Am 56, (No 2):252, Mar 63. 
Predation by the leech Helobdella stagnalis on 
Tendipes plumosus (Diptera: Tendipedidae) 
larvae. 
ESE GAFFNEY, P.E., Georgia Inst. Tech., Atlanta 
Carbon dioxide effects on lag periods in 
B.O.D. studies 
ESE DONDERO, NORMAN C, Grad. Sch., Rutgers, 
The State Univ., New Brunswick, N.J. 
Continuous flow and batch cultures of 
Sohaerotilus 
Bact Proc, Am Soc Microbiol, p. 24, 64. 
Observations on the nutrition of Sphaerotilus 
natans in batch culture. 
J Bact 37, (No 2):286, Feb 64. Requirement 
of Sphaerotilus for cyanocobalamin. 
ESE AMES, W.F., U. Delaware, Newark 

Analysis of trickling filters 
TOX GOODWIN, E.H., Pa. Dept. Hlth., Harrisburg 
Identification of organic substances in 
fish and surface waters 
TOX HINDIN, E., Inst. Tech., Washington State 
Univ., Pullman Analysis of organic 
pesticides by gas chromatography 
J Am Waterworks Assn 54:88, Jan 62. Analy- 
sis of synthetic orqani c pesticides in water. 
Residue Hev 7:130r64. Collection and analysis 
of synthetic organic pesticides from surface and. 
ground water. 



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WP-002J6 TMP YOU«T, JAMES L., Midge Research Lab., 

Winter Haven, Fla. Causes and relief 
of hysereutrophication of lakes 
Limnol Qceanogr 6:322, Jul 61. Stability in cen- 
tral Florida iakes. 
Limnology in North America . Univ. Wisconsin 
Press Ch 8:269. 63. South Atlantic States. 
Proc Florida Anti-Mosquito Assn 35th Ann Mtg, p. 83, 64. 
Aquatic nutrient reduction-potential and possible methods. 
McALISTER, W.B., Oregon State U., Corvallis 

Estuarine pollution factors 
STELSON, T.E., Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh 

The flow of foams 
PIPES. W.O., Jr., Northwestern U., Evanston, III. 

Physical biology of waste treatment 
HARLEMAN, D.R.F., Mass, Inst. Tech., Cambridge 
Dispersion of contaminants in flow 
through porous media 

DODD, JOHN D., Sch. Sci., Tech., Iowa State 
Univ., Ames, Iowa Ecology of diatoms 
in hard-water habitats 
Am J Bot 50:387, 63. Cytology of blue-green 
alqae. I. The cells of Symploca muscorum. 
Am J Bot 51:405, 64. Pyrenoids, raphes, and 

other fine structure in diatoms. 
Am J Bot 51:986, 64. Fine structure of the 

diatom, Amphipleura pellucida. 
J Cell Biol 18:429, 63. The cytoplasmic fine 

structure of the diatom, Nitzschia palea. 
J Ultrastr Res 10:217, 64. Post mitotic fine 

structure of Gomphonema parvulum. 
Microscope Crystal Front 14:1, 63. Porous plate's 

in the punctae of a small Nitzschia. 
Proc AIBS 15th Ann Mtg, Boulder, CoToyAug 64i 
Taxonomic implications of ultra structure of 
algae. 
Proc AIBS 15th Ann Mtg, Boulder, Colo, Aug 64. 

Ultrastructure of diatoms. 
Proc 5th Int Congr Electron Microsc 2:14, 62. The 

non-siliceous fine structure of a diatom. 
Proc Iowa Acad^ciW:83, 62: Notes on fdwa 
diatoms. I. An interesting collection from a 
moss-lichen habitat. 
Proclowa Acad ScT69:96,62. Notes~bn~T6wa 
diatoms. III. Occurrence of the genus, Pleuro- 
sigma, in the Des Moines River. 
Proc Iowa Acad Sci 69:99, 62. Some aspects 
of the ecoloqy of Lake East Okoboii, Iowa. 
Pr6c1bwa"Acad ScT70:71, 63. ~N6tes"dh Iowa" 
diatoms. IV. The diatoms in a northwest Iowa 
fen. 
Proc tbwa Acad Scr70:T4y 63. "Notes on Iowa 
diatoms. V. Epilithic diatom bromass in the 
Des Moines River. 
Science I42, (No 3588):61, 63. Fine structure 

of a diatom centrosome. 
PhD Thesis, Iowa STate Univ, Ames, 63. Post- 
pleistocene diatoms from Lake West Okoboji, 
Iowa. 
PhD Thesis, Iowa State Univ, Ames, 64. Ecology 
of diatoms in the Des Moines River. 
Nova Hedwigia 10:315, 66. Raphe structure and locomotion in 

Bacillaria. 
Protoplasma 60:141, 65. Fine structure of an unusual cyto- 
plasmic inclusion in the diatom genus Rhopalodia. 
WP-00223 TOX SMITH, LLOYD L., Jr., Univ. Minnesota, 

St. Paul, Minn. Effect of paper 
fiber waste on fish eggs and juveniles 
Trans Am Fisheries Soc 92 (3):220, Jul 63. 
Survival of walleye eggs in relation to wood 
fibers and Sphaerotilus natans in the Rainy 

River, Minnesota. 
Trans Am Fisheries Soc 92, (No 3):220, Jul 
63. Survival of walleye eggs in relation to 
wood fibers and Sphaerotilus natans in the 
Rainy River. Minnesota. 
WP-00224 ESE LACKEY, J.B., Sch. Eng., U. Florida, 

Gainesville The sulfur relationships 
of microorqanisms 
Eng Progr Univ Florida, Vol 19, (No 3):1, 65. Taxonomy 

and ecology of the sulphur bacteria. 
Z Allgemeine Mikrobiol 5:237, 65. Ecology of a sulfuretum 
in a semi-tropical environment. 
WP-00225 ESE SCHROEPFER, G.J V U. Minnesota, Minneapolis 

Nitrogen removal from waste water by 
denitrification 
WP-00226 ESE AYERS, JOHN C, Sch. Lit., Sci., Arts, 

Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Ecology-water changes in Lakes Michigan, 
Erie 
A Numerical Procedure for Computing Wind-drive|l 
Currents on the Great Lakes . Pub No 9, Great 
Lakes Res Div, Inst Sci Techn, Univ Michi- 
gan, 62. 
Relation of Winds. Water Levels and Water Tem- 
peratures to Currents in Lower Lake Michigan , 
Pub No 10. Great Lakes Res Div, Inst Sci 
Techn. Univ Michigan, 63. 
WP-00227 ESE SAMPLES, WILLIAM R., Sch. Environmental 

Hlth. Eng., Cal. Inst. Tech., Pasadena, 
Cal. Sewage reclamation by oressurized 
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WP-00228 ESE WASHINGTON, DONALD R., Rensselaer Polytehnic 

i. '- V Effect of loading 
sludae 
Gas Vent NY Wale- Pollut Contr Assn J, Dec 64. Theory of 

extended aeration activated sludqe. 
Indian J Exk Biol, Apr 63. Scot-plate technique for 

measuring bacterial densities. 
Naturwissenschaften 51, INo3):70, 64. Correlation of 

pero it ill il ilil es. 
Pr-jc i H li ■ .'.asle Conf, Purdue Univ, May 63. Kinetics 

of stead-state bad . I. Mathematical model. 

P ;c 19th Industr Wafta Com", Purdue Liniv, May 63. Kinetics 
of the steady-state bacterial culture. II. Variations in the 
synthesis. 
Proc 20th Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, May 64. Kinetics 

of stead-state bat ial culture. III. Growth rate. 
Proc 20th Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, May 64. Kinetics 

of steady-state bacterial culture. IV. Tianslei rates. 
Proc Southern Municip Industr Wast? 13th Conf, Apr 64. 

K netics of extended aeration. 
Waste Engineei ing, Dec 63. Percent viabilities - a measure 
of activity. 
WP-00229 ESE BEHM, VAUGHN C, Sch. Civil Eng., Cornell 

Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. Mass transfer into 

non-Newtonian systems 
AICE J 8:346, Jul 62. Diffusion in slurries and 

in non-Neivtcnian fluids. 
Proc ASCE 88:39, May 62. Experimental de- 
termination of si':dge-flow parameters. 
Trans Soc Rheology p. 53, 61. Application of 
the method r'f » amposition and linear re- 
gression analysis to a problem involving a 
oseudoolastic suspension. 
Water and Savage Works 110:27?, Jul 63. 
Capillar/ verbis pipeline on determining flow 
behavior of digested sewage sludge. 
I&EC Fundamentals 4:236. 65. Communication, diffusivity 

in ron-Newtonian liquids. 
Thesis. MS, M. J. Bellanca, Cornell Univ. Ithaca, New York, 

Feb 64. Mass transfer into non-Newtonian fluids. 
Thesis, G A Strobel, Cornel! Univ, Ithaca, NY, Jun 65. 
Study of diffusivity into non-Newtonian slurries. 
WP-00230 ESE PEARSON, E.A., Col. Eng., U. California, 

Berkeley Reaction kinetics of anaerobic 

fermentation systems 
WP-00231 ESE COOPER, R.C., Sch. Eng., U. California, 

Berkeley Treatment of organic 
industrial wastes by lagooning 
WP-00232 ESE BLOODGOOD, DON E., Sch. Civil Eng., 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, Ind. 
Sludge concentration by pressure 
wave irradiation 
WP-00233 ESE HEUKELEKIAN, H., Sch. Med. , Rutgers Univ. , 

New Brunswick, New Jersey Principles and 

applications of water and waste water disinfection 

Proc Rudolfs Res Conf, Jun 61. Public health 
hazards of microbial pollution of water. 
WP-00234 ESF BEHN, VAUGHN C, Sch. Civil Eng., Cornell 

Univ., ithf-a, N.Y. Analysis of trickling 
filler-experimental model 
Proc Sanitary Eng Div, ASCE, 90:SA1, (Paper 
3808), Feb 64. Kinetics of aerobic removal 
of organic wastes. 
AP-00235 ESE LAMBERT, JACK L., Sch. Arts, Sci., Kansas 

State Univ., Manhattan, Kans. Determination 
o' ammonia 
Anal Chem 34:1738, Dec 62. Spectrophotometrlc 

determination of ammonia as trichloramine. 
Anal Chem 35:405 , Mar 63. Simplified prepa- 
ration of cadmium iodide--Linear starch reagent 
for colorimetnc iodimetry. 
Anal fherr. 34 : I?38, D^c"6T.~Specfxol)fi6tometric 

determination of ammonia as trichloramine. 
Anzs Chem 35:1731, Oct 63. Spectrophotometry 
ue'.eimination of bromide ion in water. 
ESE HASLER, ARTHUR D., Sch. Letters and Sci., 
Univ. Wisconsin,. Madison, Wis. Vitamin 
B12 in lakes and its ecological significance 
ESE COOlEY, A.M., Sch. Eng., U. North Dakota, 
Grand Forks 

Treatability study of ootato process™ wastes 
BM STOKES J.L., Grad. Sch., Washington State 

Univ., Pullman, Wash. The biology and 
chemistry of Sphaerotilus 
Bacteriol Proc p. 41, 62. Isolation and 
properties or Sphaerotilus discophorus. 
J Bast 83:343, 62. Isolation and Identifica- 
tion of sudanophiiic granules of Sphaerotilus 
natans . 
Arch Mikrobiol 49:132, 64. Morphology, 
nutrition and physiology of Sphaerotilus 
discophorus. 
WP-00240 ESE LaMER, VICTOR K., Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. 

Tests of filtration theory to water 
coagulation 
WP-00241 ESL KL0CK, J.W., Sch. Eng., Arizona State U., Tempe 

Engineering bioassav development 
WP-00246 ESE FRAM2"INI, J0SE D H B., Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Cai. Investigation of 
infiltration phenomena 
Dent Civil Engineering Tech Rep No 19, 
Stanford Univ, Mar 63. An approach to the 
solution of unsteady unsaturated flow problems 
in soils. 
J Hydraulics Div Am Soc Civil Eng p. 23, Mar 
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WP-00247 ESE CARLSON, DAI \ . >sh!noto«, Seattle, 

■ I 'iz;<ion in 

activated si 
J Water Pollut Contr Fed 34, Jun 62. Amino 
acid utii.zation bv activated sludqe. 
M. Klf II '. ROSS ' . Grad. Sch., Univ. Kansas, 
Lawrence, Kans. Complete mixing 
acti-. ated sludge 
HILL,W.H.,U Pittsb rgh, Pennsylvania 
Determi lati rinkina water 

HOPPERT, C.A., Michigan State Univ., 
East Lan Toxicity of cadmium 

and chromium in water supplies 

Con.p Biochem Physiol 10:121.. 63. Studies 
on renal and ;«t-a-rena; excretion in a fresh- 
watei I ialmo gairdneri. 

J Water Pollut Contr Fed 34, (No 11):1151, 
Nov 62. Assimilation and metabolism of 
chromium by rout. 
LARSON, T.E., Grad. Sch., Univ. Illinois, 
Urhana, III. Chromatographic analysis 
for organic acids in wa 
J Water Poliut Contr Fed 37:410, 65. Acidic components of 

sewage effluents and river water. 
ESE VOSS, GILBERT L , Univ. Miami, Coral Gables, 
Florida Rearing and development of decapod 

crustacean larvae 

Biol Bull 123:179, Ai-g 62. Larval develop- 
ment of Calcinus. 
HUMPHREY, A.E., Sch. Chem. Eng., U. Pennsyl- 
vania, Phila. Bubble motion and mass 
transfer in non-newtonian fluids 
FITZGERALD, GEORGE P., Sch. Eng., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Detection of 
limiting or surplus nutrients in a'gae 
AIBS , 63. Factors affecting the toxicity of 

copper to algae and fish. 
Appl Microbiol 11, (No 4!:345, Jul 63. Fac- 
tors alfecting the aigicldal and algistatic prop- 
erties of copper. 
Water Sewage Works, Aug 63. Bioassay for 

aigicldal vs. algistatic chemicals. 
Algae and Man . Plenum Press, New York, p. 300, 
64. The biotlc relationships within water blooms. 
Air Water Pollut 9:715, 65. Studies on the analysis of 
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LEVINE, BENJAMIN S., 3312 Northampton St., 
Washington, D.C. USSR Literature on 
v/ater supply and pollution control 
AYERS, JOHN C, U".iv. Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. A coherent-area study of 
southern Lake Micnigan 
Proc Great Lakes Res 7th Ann Conf, p. 142, 64. 
A correlation of rhe currents aria sedimentary 
activity in the Manitou Passage area of Lake 
Michigan. 
PhD Thesis, Univ Michigan, 65. A correlation 
of the currents and sedimentary activity in the 
Manitou Passage area of LalsC Michigan. 
BRYAN, EDWARD H., Sch. Eng., Duke Univ., 
Durham, N.C. Biochemicfl utilization of 
chemically combined oxyaen 
J N Carolina AVYWA-WPCA Joint Assn 40, (No 1):97, 65. 
Combined oxygen sources for measurement of the strength 
of wastes. 
ESE TAFT, CLARENCE E., Coi. Agr., Home Ec, 
Ohio State Univ. Res. rdn., Columbus, Ohio 
The diatoms of the .ves: end of Lake Erie 
OLSON, THEODORE A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Be::tho'iic invertebrates as an index of 
water oualib 
PARKER, CECIL D., Melbourne Water Sci. Inst., 
Melbourne, Australia Functions of 
solids : -i lagocn treatment of sewage 
Prsc Sympos Waste "Stabilization Ponds, Cent 
Pub Health Eng Re> Inst, Nagpur, India, Oct 
63. The an robic I n>n. 
Proc Industr Wast Conf Purdue Univ , 66. The purification 
of food cannery wastes at Shepparton, Australia, by lagoons 
and ditches. 
Proc Water Pollut Control Fed Ann Mtg, Kansas, 66. The 
function of solids in the lagoon treatment of wastewater, 
I. The anaerobic environment. 
Proc Water Pollut Control Fod Ann Mtg, Kansas , 66. The 

lagoon treatment of sewage and industrial wastes. 
ESE MARCHELLO, JOSEPH M., Univ. Maryland, 
College Park, Md. Role of ripples 
and molecular films on mass transfer 
Am Industr Chem Eng J 12, Mar 66. Surface motion and gas 

absorption. 
Rev Sci Instr 35:953, 64. Technique for measuring amplitudes 

of small surface waves. 
Thesis. PhD. K Muanz. Univ Maryland 66. 
MS. DP Rovd. liniv Maryland. 66. 
GAUDY, ANTHONY F., Jr., Sch. Civil Eng., 
Oklahoma State Univ. .Still water, Okla. 
Kinetic; and mechanism in activated 
sludge processes 
J Arol Microbiol 11:157, Mar 63. Multicom- 
ponent substrate utilization in natural popu- 
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63. Biochemical response of mixed mass 
Appl Microbiol 11:157, 63. Multicomponent 
substrate utilization in natural populations and, 
a pure culture of Escherichia coli. 
Appl Microbiol 11:305, 63. A statistical 
study of the spot plate technique for viable 
cell counts. 
J Water Pollut Contr Fed 35:903, 63. Se- 
quential substrate removal in heterogeneous 
populations. 
Proc 14th Oklahoma Industr Waste Conf, Nov 63. 
Studies on the occurrence of the plateau in 
BOD exertion. III. Simple and complex wastes 
with various seed and substrate concentrations. 
Proc Texas WPCA Industr Waste Conf, Jun 63. 
A colorimetric method for determining chemical 
oxygen demand. 
Appl Microbiol 12:254, 64. Use of chemical 
oxygen demand values of bacterial cells in 
waste-water purification. 
"Proc Ktrf PurdueTn3Ust"Waste Conf; Purdue'UmV, 
May 63. Studies on the occurrence of the plateau 
in BOD exertion. 
Proc~19Eti Purtfue"rn^ust"Waste~C6rif,TufdueTJnTy, 
May 64. Studies on the causation of phasic 
oxygen uptake in high energy systems. 
PrbcTtlffOkrafiomaTna'usrWastes TJohT;~Rov 63"., 
Studies on the occurrence of the plateau in BOP 
exertion. III. Simple and comolex wastes with 
various seed and substrate concentrations. 
Appl Microbiol 13:345, 65. Sequential substrate removal in a 

dilute system by heterogeneous populations. 
Biotechnol Bioengineer 7:387, 65. Studies on the plateau in 
oxygen uptake during exertion of biochemical oxygen demand 
by pure cultures of bacteria. 
Proc Am Chem Soc Nat Mtg, Sep 66. Kinetic behavior of 
heterogeneous populations in completely mixed reactors. 
Proc 5th Industr Waste Conf, Texas Water Pollut Contr Assn, 
p. 216, 65. Effects of sludge concentration on various 
asoects of biological activity in activated sludge. 
Proc 21st Industr Waste Conf Purdue Univ, Lafayette, 
Indiana, May 66. Mechanism and kinetics of substrate 
removal at high biological solids concentrations. 
Proc Oklahoma Acad Sci, Dec 65. A new approach to treatment 

of nitrogen-deficient wastes. 
ESE LAMBERT, JACK L., Grad. Sch., Kansas State 
Univ., Manhattan, Kansas Ligand 
exchange reagents 
ANDERSON, DEAN A., Los Angeles State Col., 
Los Angeles, Cal. Bacteria utilizing 
surfactants as a sole carbon source 
KRENKEL, PETER A., Sch. Engr., Vanderbilt 
Univ., Nashville, Tenn. Turbulent 
diffusion and river waste assimilative 
capacity 
J Water Pollution Control Fed, Dec 62. Waste 
dispersion characteristics of streams using 
turbulent diffusion phenomenon. 
Proc Am Industr Chem Eng 58th Ann Mtg, Philadelphia, Dec 

65. Model evaluation in the frequency domain. 
Proc Oklahoma Industr Waste Conf, Stillwater, Nov 64. 

Stratified flow, causes and effects. 
Proc Southern Water Resources Pollut Contr 14 Ann Conf, 

Chanel Hill. Apr 16. 65. Turbulent diffusion and reaeration 
ESE BORCH ARDT, J. A., Sch. Eng., Univ. 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Sand 
filtration of discrete suspensions 
SANDERSON, W.W., U. Rhode Island, Kingston 
Gordon research conference on stream 
pollution 
BORCHARDT, J. A., Sch. Eng., Univ. Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. Organic decomposition 
at poised 0-R potential levels 
GAUFIN, A.R., Grad. Sch., U. Utah, Salt Lake 
City Production of taste and odor 
producing algae in reservoirs 
J Am Water Works Assn 56, (No 10):1345, 64. Taste and 

odor production reservoirs by blue-green algae. 
Trans Am Microscop Soc 84, (No 2):263, 65. Control of 
taste and odor producing algae in Deer Creek reservoir. 
Trans Am Microscop Soc 84, (No 2):269, 65. Factors 

influencing algal productivity Deer Creek Reservoir, Utah. 
ESE EDWARDS, GAIL P., Col. Eng., New York Univ., 
New York, N.Y. Critical study of analy- 
tical methods for sea water 
J Am Water Works Assn Vol 57, (No 7), Jul 65. 
ESE SMITH, EDWIN E., Col. Eng., Ohio State 

Univ. Res. Fdn., Columbus, Ohio Study 
of the sulfide-to-sulfate reaction mechanism 
Am Mineralogist 49:800, 64. Electropolishing of pyrite. 
Am Mineralogist 50:1457, 65. Melanterite-rozenith 

equilibrium. 
Proc Am Chem Soc 151st Nat Mtg, Pittsburgh, Mar 66. 

Kinetics of the sulfide-to-sulfate reaction. 
Proc Am Philosophicol Soc 109:288, 65. Fossil iron 

bacteria preserved in pyrite. 
Science 148:1719, 65. Fossil bacteria on pyrite. 
Thesis, MS, J D Birle, Ohio State Univ, 63. Sulfide-to- 
sulfate reaction mechanism. 
Thesis, MS, H W Kim, Ohio State Univ, 65. Effect of 
water concentration on vapor phase oxidation of pyrite. 
Thesis, MS, H A Morth, Ohio State Univ, 65. Reaction 
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WP-00341 ESE LOEHR, RAYMOND C, Sch. Eng., Univ. Kansas, 

Lawrence, Kans. Aerobic microbial 

degradation of lipids 
Air Water Pollut 9:55, 65. Comparison of lipid extraction 
methods. 
WP-00346 ESE SKRINDE, ROLF T., Washington Univ., 

St. Louis, Mo. Chemical oxidation of 

trace organics in water 
Proc 18th Industrial Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, 
Lafayette, Indiana, May 63. Ozonated 
treatment of wastes containing ABS. 
Proc 83rd Ann Conf Am Water Works Assn, 
Kansas City, Missouri, May 63. Chemical 
oxidation of organic contaminants in water 
supplies. 
WP-00347 ESE HARLEMAN, DONALD R.F., Sch. Eng., 

Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Cambridge, 

Mass. Waste water recharge and dispersion 

in Dorous media 
WP-00349 ESE COREY, ARTHUR T., Colo. State Univ. Res. 

Fdn., Fort Collins, Colo. Transport 

of particles through unsaturated soils 
WP-00352 ESE HEATH, MILTON S., Jr., Inst. Govt., 

Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 

Arrangements for water sources in selected 

N.C. areas 
WP-00358 ESE NELSON, B.W., Virginia Polytechnic Inst., 

Blacksburg Chemical exchanges across 

sediment-water interfaces 
WP-00359 TOX KOBiYASHl, JUN, Sch. Agr., Okayama Univ., 

Kurashiki City, Japan Strange osteoma- 
lacia by pollution from cadmium mining 
WP-00360 ESE HANSEN, V.E., Utah State U., Logan 

Infiltration of unsteady open-channel fluid 

flow 
WP-00365 TOX FAUST, SAMUEL D., Grad. Sch., Rutgers State 

Univ., New Brunswick, N.J. Determination 

of phenols in water and wastewater 
WP-00366 BBC KINTNER, ROBERT C, Grad. Sen., Illinois 

Inst. Technology, Chicago, III. Coal- 
escence of drops in fibrous beds 
WP-00369 ESE BALL, ROBERT C, Michigan State Univ., East 

Lansing, Mich. Serum stress patterns 

as related to stream ecology 
WP-00371 ESE LEE, G. FRED, Univ. Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. Concentration 

of oraanic solutes in water 
WP-00372 TMP BERMER, LEWIS, Sch. Arts, Sci., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Immature 

insects of southeastern river beds 
WP-00373 ESE KLEHR, EDWIN H., Univ. Oklahoma Res. Inst., 

Norman, Oklahoma Mixed resin sampler 

kit for water analysis 
WP-00378 ESE MORRIS, ROBERT L., State Univ. Iowa, Iowa 

City, Iowa Effect of surface water 

actinomycetes on BOD vs COD 
J Am Water Works Assn 55, (No 10):1380, Oc( 

63. Chemical aspects of actinomycete me- 
tabolites as contributors of taste and odor. 

WP-00379 ESE CAMPBELL, ROBERT S., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. Recovery 

from acid pollution in four strip-mine lakes 
Proc 19th Ann Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, 

64. Recovery from acid pollution in shallow 
strip-mine lakes in Missouri. 

Proc 19th Indust Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, Eng Bull 49: 17, 65. 
Recovery from acid pollution in shallow strip-mine lakes in 
Missouri. 
Proc Sympos Acid Mine Drainage, Mellon Ins, Pittsburgh, 
188, 65. Water pollution studies in acid strip-mine lakes: 
Changes in water quality and community structure associated 
with aging. 
WP-00382 ESE O'MELIA, CHARLES R., Georgia Inst. Tech., 

Atlanta, Ga. The role of zeta potential 
in sand filtration 
J Am Water Works Assn 56:1326, 64. Some chemical 

aspects of rapid sand filtration. 
Proc Am Chem Soc 150th Nat Mtg, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 
Sept 65. Colloid chemical interactions of iron, (III), and 
silica. 
WP-00384 ESE REMSON, IRWIN, Sch. Eng., Drexel Inst. Tech., 

Philadelphia, Pa. Research on under- 
around movement of rainwater 
WP-00387 ESE SPROUL, OTIS J., Univ. Maine, 

Orono, Me. Effects of chemical 
ions on virus inactivation 
WP-00389 ESE FOGARTY, W.J., Sch. Eng., U. Miami, Coral 

Gables, Fla. Frozen storage and 
effects on BOD tests results 
WP-00394 ESE SPEECE, RICHARD E., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Illinois, Urbana, III. Controlling 
factors in methane fermentation 
Proc 37th Ann Mtg Central States Water Pollut 
Contr Assn, Urbana, III, Jun 64. The effect 
of frequent temperature variations on methane 
production in anaerobic digestion. 
WP-00396 ESE McGAUHEY, PERCY H., Col. Eng., U. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Application 
of foam fractionation to sewage 
Proc ACS Waste Water Renovation Sympos, 
Division of Water and Waste Chemistry, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, Jan 63. Foam fractionation of 
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ESE GRIM, RALPH E., Grad. Sch., Univ. Illinois, 

Urbana, III. Atomic structural control of 

selective adsorption 
ESE IDYLL, C.P., Univ. Miami, Coral Gables, 

Miami, Florida Estuarine ecology 

study in relation to water use 
ESE GRIEVES, R.B., Northwestern U., Evanston, III. 

The foam fractionation of petrochemical 

waste waters 
COM BUGLIARELLO, GEORGE, Sch. Eng., Sci., 

Carnegie Inst. Tech., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A synthetic computer language for sanitary 

engineering 
ESE OUGDALE, RICHARD C, Sch. Natural Sci., 

Univ. Alaska, College, Alaska Dynamics 

of the nitrogen cycle in lakes 
Proc 15th Alaskan Sci Conf, 65. Primary pro- 
ductivity in small Alaskan lakes. 
Limnol Oceanogr 11:113, 66. Estimates of the rates of deni- 
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HALL, JAMES D., Oregon State Univ., 
Corvallis, Ore. Studies on effects of 
watershed practices on streams 

LOVELL, HAROLD L., Col. Mineral Industries, 
Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park, 
Pa. Sewage effluent purification by 
in terface phenomena 
Mineral Industries J J4, 



(No 2), Nov 64. I he 
application of mineral preparation concepts in 
water benefication. 

ESE BROOKS, NORMAN H., California Inst. Tech., 
Pasadena, Cal. Dynamics of density- 
strr.'ified reservoirs 
Engineer Sci 27, (No 7):12, Apr 64. Hidden 

flow patterns in reservoirs. 
Keck Lab Hydraulics and Water Resources Rep 
No KH-R-6, Calif Inst Techn, Jan 64. Vis- 
cous stratified flow towards a line sink. 
TOX SKRINDE, ROLF T., Washington Univ., 

St. Louis, Mo. Detection and removal 
of organic pesticides in water 
J Am Water Works Assn 54:1407, 62. Detec- 
tion and quantitative estimation of synthetic 
organic pesticides by chromatography. 
Proc 35th Ann Mtg, Water Pollution Control Fed, 
Toronto, Canada, Oct 62. Organic micro- 
pollution instrumentation and measurement. 
Proc 19th Ann Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, 
May 64. Application of electron affinity anal- 
yses to oxidation of pesticides in water. 
Proc Water Pollut Contr Fed Ann Mtg, Seattle, 
Wash, Oct 63. Chemical oxidation of selected 
synthetic organic pesticides. 
TOX BROWN, C.J.D., Montana State Col., 

Bozeman, Mont. Effects of pollutants 
on fish blood serum patterns 
ESE M0RITA RICHARD Y., Sch. Sci., Oregon State 
Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Study of Beggiatoa 
species 
J Bact 85:940, Apr 63. Electron micrograph of 

ultrathin section of Reoaiatna 
Bact Proc, 64. Growth characteristics of Beg- 
giatoa. 
J Bad 88, (No 6):1755, D« 64. Effect 6f 
catalase and cultural conditions on growth 
of Beggiatoa. 
ESE GEYER, JOHN C, Sch. Eng., Johns Hopkins 
Univ., Baltimore, Md. Groundwater 
storage project 
ESE EVANS, RALPH L., Univ. Illinois, Urbana, 
III. Effect of coarse filter media on 
artificial recharge 
ESE CARVER CHARLES E., JR., Sch. Eng., Univ. 
Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass. Efficiency 
of oxygen transfer in sorav aeration 
SSS GL'MBEL, EMIL J., Sch. Eng., Applied Sci., 

Columbia Univ., N.Y.C. Hydrological 
applications of the statistical theory of 
extreme values 
Bull Int Assn Sci Hydrol 8:5, Mar 63. Statistical 

forecast of drouahts. 
BultAsslfDIptlnSTTSci FihahrrAssufTyon 30, 
(No 6), Mar 63. Deux lois I imites pour la 
distribution des depassements. 
Bull Assn Dipl Inst Sci Financ Assur Lyon 30, 
(No 7), 63. Biblioqraphy of published works. 
Discovery 30, (No 5):28, May 64. The theory 

of extremes. 
J Am Statist Assn 59, (No 3):794, 64. Analysis 

of empirical bivariate extremal distributions. 
Schweiz Arch Angew Wiss Techn 30, (No~2):33, 
Feb 64. Technische Anwendungen der statis- 
tischen Theorie der Extremwerte. 
ESE MANGELSDORF, PAUL C, Jr., Swarthmore Col ., 
Swarthmore, Pa. Long salt-bridge methods 
and liquid junctions 
ESE MOHR, JOHN L., Univ. Southern California, 
Los Angeles, Cal. The influence of 
pollution on marine invertebrates 
Nature 204, (No 4964):1193, 64. A comparison of free and 

protein-bound amino acids of Cancer antennarius. 
Pacific Sci 17, (No 2):246, 63. Effects of pollution on the 
amino acid content of Mytilus edulis. 



WP-00467 ESE LAUDERDALE, ROBERT A., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Removal of 
pesticides from the environment 
WP-00468 TMP SUBLETTE, JAMES E., Col. Liberal Arts, Sci., 

Eastern New Mexico Univ., Portales, New 
Mexico Cytotaxonomy and related studies 
of Holarctic midges 
TulaneStudZool ll7tTT6~47: 1 09 , Maf 64. C hi- 
ronomidae (Dipteral of Louisiana. I. Systemaf,ics 
and immature stages of some lentic chironomids of 
West-Central Louisiana. 
WP-00473 ESE SHAPIRO, MAURICE A., Grad Sch., Univ. 

Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Determination of organic matter in water 
WP-00475 ESE PATRICK, RUTH, Academy of Natural Sciences, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Effect of specific 
chemicals on diatom populations 
WP-00477 ESE FREED, VIRGIL H., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Chemical brush control- 
Biochemistry and toxic hazard 
Proc Res Committee, Western Weed Control Conf, 
Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 25, Mar 64. Ef- 
fects of formulation and molecular configura- 
tion on absorption and translocation of some 
phenoxy herbicides in bigleaf maple seedlings. 
Proc Res Committee, Western Weed Control Conf, 
Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 27, Mar 64. The 
metabolism of some phenoxy herbicides in 
bigleaf maple. 
Proc Res Committee, Western Weed Control Conf, 
Salt Lake City, Utah, p. 28, Mar 64. The 
absorption, translocation, and metabolism of 
2,4-DB in bigleaf maple seedlings. 
Proc Am Chem Soc Northwest Reg Mtg, Corvallis, Oreg, 
Jun 65. The conversion of gamma-2,4-dichlorophenoxybuty- 
ric acid (2,4-DB) to 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) 
in woody plants. 
Proc Western Weed Contr Conf, p. 20, 66. Stream contami- 
nation with amitrole following brush control operations 
with amitrole-T. 
Proc Western Weed Contr Conf, p. 24, 66. Decarboxylation 

of 2,4-DB in woody plants. 
Proc Western Weed Contr Conf, p. 103, 66. The influence 

of some surfactants on foliar uptake of 2,4-D. 
Proc Western Weed Contr Conf, Reno, Nevada, Mar 66. 
Chemical brush control and contamination in watersheds: 
A progress report. 
WP-00482 ESE McCARTY, P.L., Sch. Eng., Stanford U., 

Stanford, Cal. 

Ion effects in anaerobic digestion 
WP-00483 ESE McCARTHY, P.L., Sch. Eng., Stanford U., 

Stanford, Cal. Nutrient requirement in aner- 

obic digestion 
WP-00484 NTN BRADFORD, GORDON R., Col. Agr., Univ. 

Cal ifornia, Riverside, Cal . Effect of 
trace elements on reuse of water 
WP-00493 PHY PRITCHARD, AUSTIN W., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Acclimation of fish to 
pollution-related low oxygen 
WP-00502 ESE HAYNE, DON W., North Carolina State Col., 

Raleigh, NX. Biometrics of the study 
of a small river 
WP-00503 ESE SMITH, WALDO E., Natl. Acad. Sci., 

Washington, D.C. XIII General 
Assembly of the International Union 
of Geodesy and Geophysics 
WP-00507 ESE MEHR, E., New York Univ., N.Y.C. 

Computer interpretation of dye dumo studies 
WP-00508 TMP CALAWAY, WILSON T., Univ. Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. Nematodes in 
sewage treatment and their significance 
J Fed Water Pollution Control Assn 35:1006, 

Aug 63 . Nematodes in wastewater treatment. 
Florida Entom 47:263, 64. A rearing medium for 
microphaqous nematodes. 
WP-00510 ESE BERG, LLOYD, Montana State Col., Bozeman, 

Montana Terpenes from sulfate pulp 
mill waste liquor 
WP-00512 ESE NECE, RONALD E., Col. Eng., Univ. Washington, 

Seattle, Wash. Salt water entrainment 
for dilution in sewer outfalls 
WP-00515 ESE LECHEVALIER. HUBERT A., Rutgers, State Univ., 

New Brunswick, N.J. Odor producing 
substances of actinomycetes 
WP-00516 ESE BIER, MILAN, Col. Agr., Univ. Arizona, 

Tucson, Arizona Isolation of water- 
borne bacteriophages by electrophoresis 
Fed Proc 22, (No 2), 63 . Forced-flow electro- 
phoresis — Instrumentation and results . 
WP-00518 ESE McDONALD, D.B., Col. Eng., State U. Iowa, 

Iowa City Ecology of actinomycetes in 
surface waters 
WP-"0521 TMP BRINKHURST, RALPH 0., Univ. Liverpool, 

Liverpool, Great Britain Taxonomy and 
biology of tubif icidae — SI udge worms 
WP-00524 ESE BURGESS, FREDRICK J., Sch. Eng., Oregon 

State Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Pulp 
mill waste degradation in marine water 
Proc Pacific Northwest Industr Waste Conf, Univ Washington, 
64. Use of the bay mussel mytilusedilus as a bioassay 
tool for evaluating Kraft Mill waste. 
WP-00525 ESE CUMMINS, KENNETH WILLIAM, Sch. Natural Sci., 

Univ. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
The microdistribution of stream benthos 



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ESE McPHERSON, MURRAY B., Col. Eng., University 
Illinois, Urbana, Illinois Criteria for 
analysis of water distribution systems 
WARD, JOHN C, Col. Eng., Univ. Arkansas, 
Fayetteville, Ark. Turbulent flow 
in porous media 
J Hydraulics Div Am Sec Civil Eng 90, (No HY5>:1, 
Sep 64. Turbulent flow in porous media. 
NORDLIE, FRANK G., Col. Arts, Scl., Univ. 
Florida, Gainesville, Fia. Chemical 
and biological dynamics in two solution 
lakes 
REISH, DONALD J., Long Beach State Col., 
Long Beach, Cal. Studies on indicator 
species of marine pollution 
SMITH, GEORGE E., Univ. Missouri, 
Columbia, Mo. Nitrates in water 
supsliss 
Missouri Agric Exp Sta Bull 829:4, 65. Nitrogen 

fertilizer use and nitrates in plants and water. 
Proc 1st Midwest Conf Thyroid, Univ Missouri, 

Mar 65. Nitrate in Missouri water supply. 
Njtrate Problems in Water as Related to Soils . 
Plants, and Animals . Univ Missouri Special 
Rep No 55, p. 42, 65. 
WECKEL, KENNETH G., Col. Agr., Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Cannery in-plant 
waste losses and their control 
KAUFMAN, WARREN J., Col. Engineering, Univ. 
California, Berkeley, Cal. Partial 
demineralization of saline sewages by 
ion exchanae 
LUNDGREN, DONALD G., Grad.Sch., Liberal 
Arts, Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, N.Y. 
Physiology and culture of iron-oxidizing 
bacteria 

"Anal Biocfiem "83127 64. M icrodetectidn dfWeni 
adione, coenzyme Q6, and certain related quinf id 
compounds in biological materials using electron 
capture-gas chromatography. 
Biochem BTophys ResCommurt 17:603/ 64." Cartjqrt 
dioxide in the chemoautotroph, Ferrobacillus 
ferrooxidans. 
Devel op mdD5t M i c r ob i a l l-.ii o , 64. Acifl Vt- 
duction by Ferrobacillus ferrooxidans and its 
relation to water pollution. 
J Bact 89*25, 65. Energy supply for the chemoautotroph 

Ferrobacillus ferrooxidans. 
Proc Sympos Acid Mine Drainage Res, Mellow Inst, 
Pittsburgh, p. 14, 65. The iron-oxidizing bacteria- 
culture ana Iron oxidation. 
BM COLMER, ARTHUR R., Col Arts, Scl., Louisiana 
State Univ., Baton Rouge, La. Autotropic 
iron oxiizers from acid waste waters 
BM WALDEN, CECIL C, British Columbia Res. 
Council, Vancouver, B.C. Studies on 
acidophilic chemoautotrophic bacteria 
Canad J Microbiol 12:25, 66. Iron oxidation by washed 
cellsuspensions of the chemoautotroph, Thlobacillus 
ferrooxidans. 
ESE CHRISTMAN, RUSSELL F., Col. Eng., 
Univ. Washington, Seattle, Wash. 
The nature of organic color in water 
ZIEMINSKI, STEFAN A., Col. Technology, 
Univ. Maine, Orono, Me. Use of 
chemical additives to improve aeration 
rates 
WEISS, CHARLES M., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Direct gas chromatography of organics 
in water 
ESE Notes, Dep Env Sci Engr Univ N Carolina, 
(No l):3-4, Jan 64. An organic constituent 
of natural waters. 
J Am Water Works Assn 55:1367, Oct 63. 
Direct determination of organic constituents of 
natural waters by flame ionization gas chroma- 
tography. 
ESE MANCY, KHALIL H., Sch. Sanitary Eng., 
Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Dissolved oxygen determination in 
natural waters and wastes 
ESE LAMB, JAMES C, III, Sch. Pub. Hlth., 
Univ. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C. 
Design criteria for final tanks and 
sludge thickeners 
TMP MOORE, HILARY B., Inst. Marine Science, 
Miami, Fla. The biology of the infauna 
of a tropical soft bottom area 
ESE LI, WEN-HSIUNG, Col. Eng., Syracuse Univ., 
Syracuse, N.Y. Transverse dispersion 
of contaminant in ground water 
ESE JERIS, JOHN S.,Sch. Eng., Manhattan Col., 
New York, N.Y. The biochemistry of 
anecrobic digestion 
ESE FUHRMAN, RALPH E. , Water Pollution Control 
Federation, Wash., D.C. Second Inter- 
national Conference on Water Pollution Research 
ESE McCARTY, PERRY L., Sch. Civil Eng., 
Stanford Univ., Stanford, Cal. 
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'AP-00588- ESE PiPES, WESLEY 0., Northwestern Univ., 

Evanston, III. Ecology of 
Sphaerotiius in activated sludge 
Proc 20th Purdue Indust Waste Conf, Lafayette, 

May 64. Carnivorous plants in activated sludge. 
Proc 15th Oklahomalndust Waste Conf, SOftwalei, 
Nov 64. The role of filamentous bacteria and 
fungi in activated sludge. 
WP-00595 ESE DAVIS, MILTON W., Jr., Col. Eng., 

Univ. South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. 
Purification of industrial wastes by ion 
exrhanop 
WP-00597 ESE McGAUHEY, PERCY H., Col. Eng., Univ. Cali- 

fornia, Richmond, Cal. Economic 
evaluation of water quality 
PhD Thesis, Univ Calif, Sep 64. Water quality 
management: An engineering-economic model 
for domestic waste disposal. 
Proc Am Soc Civil Eng Water Resources Eng Conf, Mobile, 
Ala, Mar 65. Cost-quality relationships in an engineering- 
economic model for municipal waste disposal. 
Thesis, PhD, Richard J Frankel, Univ California, Sept 64. 
Water quality management: An engineering-economic 
model for domestic waste disposal. 
WP-00601 ESE QUINN, JOHN A., Col. Liberal Arts, Scl., 

Univ. Illinois, Urbana, III. Mass transfer 
through interfaces 
Am Industr Chem Eng J 11:391, 65. Stagnation in a fluid inter- 
face: Properties of the stagnant film. 
Am Industr Chem Eng J 11:1005, 65. Diffusion through the 
liquid-liquid interface: II. Interfacial resistance in three 
component systems. 
WP-00604 ESE SCHLICHTIMG, HAROLD E., Jr., North Texas 

State Univ., Denton, Tex. The effects of 
domestic pollution upon periphyton 
WP-00605 ESE LIGGETT, JAMES A., Sch. Civil Eng., 

Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
Settling velocities in a turbulent environment 
WP-00611 ESE SMITH, ROSS W., South Dakota Sch. Mines 

and Tech., Rapid City, S.D. Adsorp- 
tion of surfactants on selected minerals 
WP-00615 ESE PROPHET, CARL W., Kansas State 

Teachers Col., Emporia, Kans. 
Limnology of the John Redmond Reservoir, 
Kansas 
WP-00616 BM GERENCSER, VINCENT F., West Virginia Univ. 

Med. Cr., Morgantown, W.Va. 
Studies on aruatic stalked bacteria 
WP-00620 ESE BRUINS, PAUL F., Polytechnic Inst., Brooklyn, 

N.Y. Advance waste treatment by 
ultrafiltration 
WP-00621 ESE STUMM, WERNER, Sch. Pub. Hlth., Harvard 

Univ., Boston, Mass. Inhibition and 
repression in substrate utilization 
Proc San Eng Div ASCE, Aug 64. Kinetics of 
aerotic removal of orqanic wastes. 
WP-00622 ESE ANDREWS, JOHN F., Sch. Eng., Clemson Col., 

Clemson, S.C. Growth characteristics 
of the methane bacteria 
WP-00624 ESE HINDIN, ERVIN, Washington State Univ., 

Pul I man, Wash . Water reel amation by 
reverse osmosis 
WP-00625 ESE BOND, CARL E., Grad. Sch., Oregon State 

Univ., Corvallis, Ore. Relations 
of nuisance algae to fishes in Klamath Lake 
WP-00626 ESE THOMAS, HAROLD A., Jr., Harvard Sch. 

Pub. Hlth., Boston, Mass. Transport 
and fate of pollutants in soil 
WP-00627 ESE MCCARTHY, JOSEPH L., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Unique 
determination of lignin sulfonates in water 
WP-00628 ESE MCCARTHY, JOSEPH L., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Studies 
of low molecular weight lianin sulfonates 
WP-00631 ESE CLARK, JOHN W., Col . Eng., New Mexico State 

Univ., University Park, N. Mex. 
Continuous monitoring of some organic wastes 
New Mexico State Univ, Eng Exp Stat, Techn Rep k '.o. 27, 
Feb 66. Continuous monitoring of some organic wastes. 
WP-00633 SSS BANSt, KARL. Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Annual 
phytcslankton production in Puget Sound waters 
WP-00636 TOX FUNDERBURK, H. HANLY, Jr., Sch. Agr., 

Auburn Univ., Auburn, Ala. 
Effect of herbicides on an aquatic environment 
Weeds 12:259, 64. Mode of action and degradation 
of diquat and paraquat. 
Highlights Agric Res 11:3, 64. Control of allioatorweed 

with chemicals. 
Phytopathology 55:497, 65. Some effects of atrazlne on 
Scierotlum rolfsil and inhibitory soil microorganisms. 
Phytopathology 55:1054, 65, Effect of atrazlne on Scierotlum 
rolfsil and Trichoderma In carbon- and nitrogen-amended 
soil. 
Phytopathology 55:1073, 65. A method for assessing soil 

fungal density in herbicide treated soils. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 16:368, 64. Preliminary investi- 
gations on herbicidal activity of casoron, banvel-D, chloro- 
ghenoxy and other compounds alone or in combination on 
alii gat or weed. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 17:107, 64. Control of catsear, 
dalllsgrass, carpetgrass, and other lawn weeds In bermuda- 
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Pi\* Southern Weed Coiif 17:303, 64. 

and paraquat in pools and ponds. 
Proc Southern Weed Conl 17:329, 64. 

For evaluation -i aquatic herbicides. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 17:338, 64. Degradation of 

2-chloro-4-clhyb- -.opyiamino-Ti-lrlazine by 

susceptible and resistant plants. 
Proc' Conf ,.10, 64. Effect of various types 

of herbicides on the transpiration rate of soybean (Glycine 

Max Merr\ 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 17:356, 64. Preliminary report 

on atrazine tnetabolis.","' by microorganisms. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:558, 65. Effectiveness on 

herbicidal combinations on alllgatorweed growing In flow- 
ing w3ter. 
Proc Souinern Weed Conf 568, 65. Graphic presentation of 

aquatic herbicide data. 
Proc Southern vVeed Conf 18:581, 65. Absorption and 

distribution of Cl4-|at, e ;fd dious'. in the goldfish (Carassius 

auratus). 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:605, 65. Absorption, trans- 
location, and metabolism of dichiobenil. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf lS:rV!7, 65. The effect of amitrolej 

atra2ine, dichiobenil.. and paraquat on the fixation and 

disu-.oi'.ion of 01402 in beans. 
Proc Southetn Weed Conf 18:611, 65. Effects of atrazlne 

on some nitrogen consltatuents of Zea mays. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:612, 65. Chromatography of the 

dipyridyl herbicides. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:614, 65. Studies en trans- 
location, degradation, ano factor; affecting the persistence 

of diquat and paraquat. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:615, 65. Preliminary studies 

on the degradation of paraquat by soil microorganisms. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:616, 65. Effect of atrazlne on 

the growth and reproduction ?f soil microorganisms. 
Proc Southern Weed Conf 18:623, 65. Metabolism of atrazine 

bv soil microoroanisms. 
Proc Weed Soc Am (Abstr 71), 64. Preliminary report on the 

fate of atrazlne in corn, cotton and soybeans. 
Proc Weed Soc Am 104, 64. Herbicides on submersed 

aquatic weeds and determination of their residues. 
Proc Weed Soc Am 104, 64. Tissue destruction in the nodes 

of alligatorweeJ following treatment with dichiobenil and 

banvei-D. 
Proc Weed Soc Am, p. 41, 66. Effect of ultraviolet light on 

diquat and paraquat. 
Proc Weed Soc Am, p. 42, 66. Trie effect of trifluralln on 

several iihysiological processes. 
Proc Weed Soc Am, p. 55, 66. Studies on the degradation 
l,l ! -dirnethyl-4,4'-tii(iyr!dinium salt by a soil bacterium. 
Proc Weed S?c Am 83, 64. Mode of action and degradation 

of diqua' and paraquat. 
Proc Weed Soc Am 85-90, 66. Effects of soil applied 

trifluralin on fish production in pools. 
Weeds 12:?2, 64. The bristly thistle (Cirsium horridulum) 



and its control. 
Weeds 12:53, 64. 

resistant plants 
Weeds 12:62, 64. 
Weeds 13:208, 65. 



Metabolism of atrazine by susceptible and 



Eradication of kudzu. 
Effect of dichiobenil and dicamba on 
nodal tissues of alligatorweed. 
Weeds 13:252, 55 Atrazlne absorption and degradation by 

corn, cotton, and soybeans. 
ESE AiTKEN, THOMAS W., Sewage Treatment Lab., 
Concord, Cal. The systematic phycology 
cf an oxidation pond 
ESE ENGELBRECHT, RICHARD S., Col. Eng., Univ. 
Illinois, Urbana, Hi. Contact removal 
of organic matter by microorganisms 
ESE SEVAN, DONALD E., Col. Fisher !es, Univ. 
Washington, Seattle, Wash. Estuarine 
ecology as related to water pollution 
Research in in Fisherie s, Ur.li/ Washington, p. 17, 66. 
Ecology of migrant salmon and other fishes of economic 
importance of Ellioit, Everett and Skagit Bays. 

ESE GRIEVES, ROBERT B., Illinois Inst. 

Technology, Chicago.. III. The foam 
fractionation of petrochemical waste 
waters 

ESE MACKEY, JAMES P., Sen. Sci., Math., Eng., 
San Francisco State Co!,, San Francisco, 
Cal. The ecology of a tidal march 
stream in California 

ESE OOf-iDERO. NORMAN C, Rutgers Univ., New 
Brunswick, N.J. Adaptation hy microbial 
populations 
Proc 19th Industr Waste Conl, Purdue Univ, 
May 64. Observations on the behavior of a 
microbial population adapted to a synthetic waste. 

ESE PFEFFER, JOHN T., Environmental Health Res. 
Lab., Univ. Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 
Trnc; element needs of filamentous micro- 
organisms 
Proc Industr Waste 20tn Conf. May 64. Trace metals and 
filamentous microorganism growth. 

ESE BRANDT, WARREN W.. Virginia Polytechnic 
Inst., Blacksburg, Va. Determination 
of synthetic detergents 

ESE SELLECK. ROBERT E., Col. Eng., 
Univ California, Berkeley, Cal. 
Estuarine water quality inter- 
relationships 



WP-00650 ESE JONES, GALEN E , Grad. Sen., Boston Univ., 

Boston, Mass. Effect ot organic sub- 
es From ;ea on bacteria 
J Bact 87:4S.">, 64. Effect ot chelating agents 
or the growth of Es:heiichla co'i in seawaier. 
Bact Proc 91, 55. Conditions causing pigment 
production in Pseudomonas nigrifaciens, a 
marine Isolate. 
Bull Atomic Sci, p. 13, Mar 65. The living 
economy of the sea. 
WP-00651 ESE NELSON, BRUCE W., Univ. So. Carolina, 

Columbia, S.C. Chemical exchanges 
across sediment—water interfaces 
Tappi 46, (No 5), '.'ay 63. Removal ofKraft 
effluent from river water by suspended sediment 
WP-00652 ESE HIMMELBLAii, DAVID M„ Col. Eng., Univ, Texas, 

Austin, Tex. Gas transport through 
monolayers on reservoirs 
WP-00658 BBC KAUFMAN, WARREN I., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Orthokitietic 
flocculation ot hjuerodisnersed systems 
WP-00662 ESE MEHP, EMANUEL, New York Univ., New York, 

N.Y. Computer interpretation of dye dump 
studies 
WP-00666 ESE PKINNEY, HARRY K., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Autecoiogy of some 
b'iif=-nrcen plankton algae 
WP-00668 ESE STAHL, JOHN B., Washington State Univ., 

Pullman, Wash. The effects of the 
benthos on decomposition 
WP-C0671 ESE WISE, OONALD L., Pennsylvania Military 

Col,, Chester, Pa. Diffusion 
coefficients of gases in water 
WP-O0672 ESE MclNTOSH, THOMAS H . Col. Agr., Univ. Arizona, 

Tucson, Ariz. Biological effect of 
waste waters on soil surfaces 
WP-00675 MC HAINES, THOMAS H., City Co! ., City Univ. 

New York, N.Y.C. Structure and function 
of a new sulfolipid 
WP-00676 TOX HINDIN, ERVIN, Washington State Univ., 

Pullman, Wash. Occurrence of 
pesticides in aquatic environments 
WP-006?? ESE O'CONNOR, DONALD J., Seh. Enq„ 

Manhattan Col., N.Y.C. 
Estuarine vater quality and pollution 
WP-00678 ESE PUTNAM, HUGH 0„ Col. Eno., Univ. Fla., 

Gainesville, Fla. Primary production 
and decomposition in estuarine water 
WP-0G679 ESE MORRISON, S.M., Col. Vet. Med., Colorado 

State Univ., Fort Coiiins, Colo. 
Watershed environment and microbial 
dynamics 
Bact proc 1, 65. Behavior of selected enteric bacteria In 

varying quality natural water. 
Bact Proc 12, 65. 3ehavior of selected enteris bacteria in 

varying quality natural water. 
Bact Proc 12, 65. Effect of streamflow on the coliFomi and 

total bacterial content of a mountain stream. 
Bact Proc 21, 66. Enteric bacteria in very dilute media at 

16, 10, and5C. 
Dissertation, Ph D; Fair, J . F., Colorado Univ 65. Influence 

of environment on stream microbial dynamics. 
Dissertation, Ph D; Hendricks, C. W., Colorado Univ, 66. 
Multiplication of enteric bacteria in clear mountain river 
Thesis, MS: Fair, J. I-., Colorado Univ, 63. An apolicatlon 
of a modified membrane filter technique lor the demonstration 
of pathogens in -aw surface waters. 
Thesis, MS; Hendricks, C. W., Colorado Univ, 64. A study 
of a phenomenon cf strain alteration in enteric bacteria 
isolated from .iver »»ater. 
Thesis, MS; Mr-lia, J. L , Colorado Univ, 65. A re- 
evaluation of some media used in confirmatory MPN test. 
Thesis, MS, JL i/.elia, Coiuado State Univ, 65. A 

re-eva!uation of some media used in confirmatory MPN test. 
Thesis, PhD, J F Fair, Colorado State Univ, 65. influence 

of environment on stream microbial dynamics. 
Thesis, MS; Wendt, T. M., Colorado Univ, 66. Urease 
producing water bacteria. 
WP-00680 ESE BROOKS, NORMAL H., California insi. 

Technology, Pasadena, Cal. Dynamics 
ot density-strstified ground-water flow 
Proc 2nd Ajst Conf Fluid Mech hydraulics, Univ Auckland, 
Auckland, N 2, Dec 65. A quasi-stable density-stratified 
flow In a saturated porous medium. 
WP-00684 ESE SEACERS, JOHfv, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, 

Oregon Factors influencing stream tempera- 
tures 
WP-00685 SSS CORRELL, DONOVANS., Texas Res. Fdn., 

Renner, Tex. Aquatic plants in S.W. 
United States 
WP-00688 ESE GLOYNA, EARNEST F„ Col. Eng., Univ. Texas, 

Austin, Tex. Effect of toxic organics 
on v.aste stabilization 
WP-00689 ESE VELZ, C..!., Seh. Pub. Health, Univ. 

: :yan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Investigation of nynped storage for 
flow augmentation 
WP-00690 ESE MOLOF, ALAN, Seh. Eng., Sci., New York Univ., 

Ne.v York, N.Y. Cation effects in anaerobic 
waste treatment 
WP-00692 ESE FUERSTENAU, DOUGLAS W„ Col. Eng „ 

Univ. California. Berkeley, Cal. 
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WP-00693 ESE EYE, J. DAVID, Grad. Sch., Univ. Cincinnati, 

Cincinnati, Ohio Field evaluation 
of extended aeration plants 
WP-00695 ESE SMITH, H. SIDWELL, Col. Eng., State 

Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa Oxygen 
use rate in activated sludqe systems 
AP-00697 ESE NORTH, WHEELER J., California Inst. 

Technology, Pasadena, Cal. Marine 
waste disposal and sea urchin ecology 
WP-00699 ESE WEN, C.Y., Col. Eng., West Virginia Univ., 

Morgantown, W. Va. Mass transfer and 
chemical reaction in water pollution 
WP-00702 ESE GRIEVES, ROBERT B., Illinois Inst. Tech., 

Chicago, III. Foam separation 
flotation of colloid organic systems 
Am Inst Chem Eng J 11:820, 65. Ion flotation of dichromate 

with a cationic surfactant. 
Canad J Chem Eng 43:286, 65. Foam fractionation of the 

ferric oxide-dodecyl sodium sulfate system. 
Industr Water Eng 2, (No 8):11, 65. Foam separation 

processes. 
Nature 207:476, 65. Effect of colloidal particulates on 

foam fractionation. 
Separation Sci, Mar 66. Foam fractionation of orthophophate 

with a cationic surfactant. 
ESE WEBER, WALTER J., Jr., Col. Eng., Univ. 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Adsorption 
from aqueous solution 
WOOD, EDWARD J.F., Inst. Marine Sci., 
Miami, Fla. Periphyton of the 
Everglades — An unpolluted system 
HARLEMAN, DONALD R.F., Massachusetts 
Inst. Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 
Pollutants in heteroaeneous and anisotropic 
aauifers 
J Hydraulics Div Am Soc Civil Eng 91, (No HY3), 
May 65. Discussion of paper: "Dispersion and 
adsorption in porous media flow." 
J Hydraulics Am Soc Civil Eng 91, (No HY3), May 65. 
Discussion of dispersion and adsorption in porous media 
flow. 
WP-00715 TOX McCARTY, PERRY L., Col. Eng., Stanford Univ., 

Stanford, Cal. Pesticide distribution 
and degradation in waterways 
Thesis, Ph D, D.W. Hill, Stanford Univ, Jun 66. Degradation 
of selected chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides in anaerobic 
and aerobic water environments. 
WP-00717 ESE SINGLEY, JOHN E., Col. Arts, Sci., Georgia 

State Col., Atlanta, Ga. Stoichiometry 
and mechanisms of coagulation 
WP-00718 TMP ENNS, WILBUR R., Col. Agr., Univ. Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. Insects associated with 
midwestern oxidation lagoons 
Proc Missouri Acad Sci 2, (No 2):24, 65. Insects associated 

with waste stabilization lagoons. 
Proc Missouri Acad Sci 2, (No 2):27, 65. Notes on the 
history of mosquito surveillance in Missouri. 
WP-00719 ESE TIEN, CHI, Col. Eng., Syracuse Univ., Syracuse, 

N.Y. Aeration process in non-Newtonian 
media 
WP-00720 ESE SCOTT, DAVID R., Col. Forestry, Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Transpira- 
tional use of water by high altitude forests 
WP-00722 ESE HARRISON, TAFT W., Univ. So. Florida, Tampa, 

Florida Pollution level of Tampa Bay, 

Florida ' 

Science 138:698, Nov 62. Limnologists and 
oceanograohers discuss lakes, rivers, etc. 
WP-00727 ESE MAY, DONALD S., Washington State Univ., 

Pullman, Wash. The ecology of 
Chromatium in sewage ponds 
WP-00729 ESE BARDUHN, ALLEN J., Col. Eng., Syracuse Univ., 

Syracuse, N.Y. Removal of dissolved 
organic and inorganic solids from waste 
water 
WP-00732 ESE MORGAN, JAMES J., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Chemistry 
of manganese in natural waters 
WP-00740 ESE McDONALD, DONALD B., Col. Eng., 

State Univ. Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 
Factors affecting actinomvcete 
oooulations 
WP-00742 ESE FARRELL, JOSEPH P., Sch. Eng., Manhattan Col., 

Bronx, N.Y. Prevention of chromate 
pollution by electrodialysis 
WP-00743 ESE GESSEL, STANLEY P., Col. Forestry, Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Influence 
of forest ecosystems on water quality 
AP-00744 ESE MARTELL, ARTHUR E., Grad. Sch., Illinois 

Inst. Technology, Chicago, III. 
Permanganate oxidation of phenols 
and aromatic amines 
WP-00750 TOX TORGESON, DEWAYNE C, Boyce Thompson 

Inst. Plant Res., Yonkers, N.Y. 
Interaction of herbicides and soil 
microorganisms 
Phytopathology 55:1080, 65. Effect of Dacthal on microorgan- 
isms. 
WP-00751 TOX CHESTERS, GORDON, Col. Agr., Univ. 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Herbicide 
removal processes in soil 
J Agric Food Chem 14:70, 66. Evaluation of the pyridine- 
alkali colorimetric method for determination of atrazine. 



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Proc Am Soil Sci Soc Ann ML:, Columbus, Ohio, 65. 
Adsorption and desorption of atrazine and atratone by 
Wyoming bentonite, humic acid and lignin. 
Proc Am Soil Sci Soc Ann Mtg at Columbus, Ohio, 65. 

Atrazine hydrolysis in soil. 
Thesis, PhD, D E Behmer, Univ Wisconsin Library, Madison, 
65. Liquid phase adsorption of herbicide (CIPC) on clays 
isolated from a humic gley soil. Part II. 
Thesis, PhD, D E Armstrong, Univ Wisconsin Library, 

Madison, 66. Atrazine degradation in soil. 
ESE CONOVER, JOHN T., Grad. Sch. Oceanography, 

Univ. Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I. 

Effects of pollution on benthic marine 

plant communities 
ESE SMERDON, ERNEST T., Water Resources 

Inst., Texas A and M Univ., College 

Station. Tex. Water pollution 

from eroded sediments 
Texas A&M Univ, Report No 1, Water Resources Inst, Jan 65. 
Effect of rainfall on velocity distribution shallow channel 
flow. 
Texas ASM Univ, Water Resources Inst, Rep No 2, Jan 66. 
Flume studies of sediment transportation in shallow flow 
with simulated rainfall. 
ESE KIRSCH EDWIN J., Sch. Civil Eng., 

Purdue Univ., Lafayette, Ind. 

Microbial interactions in waste treatment 

orocesses 
SSS TIBBY, RICHARD B., Allan Hancock Fdn., 

Univ. So. California, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Ultraviolet absorption in coastal waters 
NSS CUMMINS, KENNETH W., Univ. Pittsburgh, 

Pittsburgh, Pa. The microdistribution 

of stream benthos 
ESE McGAUHEY, PERCY H., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Richmond, Cal. Soil mantle 

as a wastewater treatment system 
CB GODFREY, ROBERT K., Col. Arts, Sci., Fla. 

State Univ., Tallahassee, Fla. Marsh 

plants of Florida area as related to water 

pollution 
Brittonia 16, (No 1):74, Jan 64. An appraisal 

of Lespedeza hirta on the Atlantic coastal plain. 
SIDA 1, (No 3):185, 63. Wahlenbergia linari- ' 
oides (Campanulaceae) in Florida: A second 
adventive species for the United States. 
TOX NEUHOLD, JOHN M., Sch. Grad. Studies, 

Utah State Univ., Logan, Utah 

Halide water quality toxicity effects 

on fish 
BM LAZAROFF, NORMAN, Syracuse Univ. Res. Fdn., 

Syracuse, N.Y. Anionic adaptation of 

Thiobacillus ferrooxidans 
ESE SHAPIRO, JOSEPH, Univ. Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. Inorganic- 
organic interactions in natural waters 
Limnol Oceanogr, Vol 11, 66. On the measurement of ferrous 

iron in natural waters. 
ESE BRUSH, LUCIEN M., Jr., Sch. Eng., Applied 

Sci., Princeton Univ., Princeton, N.J. 

Inertial effects in turbulent suspensions 
Thesis, PhD, M W Ho, State Univ Iowa, Feb 64. Fall 

velocity of a sphere in a field of oscillating flow. 
SSS HANAN, JOE J., Col. Agr., Colorado State 

Univ., Fort Collins, Colo. Irrigation 

regimes for water conservation 
ESE JACKSON, DANIEL F., Col. Eng., Syracuse 

Univ., Syracuse, N.Y. Ecology of 

Cladophora glomerata and Cladophora 

fracta 
Thesis, MS, V Turano, Dept Civil Eng, Syracuse Univ, 

Jun 66. Ecological aspects of Cladophora glomerata. 
ESE BIER, MILAN, Col. Agr., Univ. Arizona, 

Tucson, Ariz. Water purification by 

large scale electrophoresis 
Arch Biochem, 66. Book review: "Agar Gel Electrophoresis 

in Neurology", by A Lowenthal. 
Fed Proc, (Abstr), Apr 65. Electrodialysis of circulating 

whole blood. 
ESE SILVEY, JOSEPH K., Col. Arts, Sci., 

North Texas State Univ., Denton, Tex. 

Naturally occuring tastes and odors 

in water supplies 
ESE GAUDY, ANTHONY F., Jr., Sch. Civil Eng., 

Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater, Okla. 

Metabolic control mechanisms in biological 

treatment 
ESE JENKINS, DAVID, Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. Transient 

loading effects in the activated sludge 

process 
ESE WEST, PHILIP W., Col. Chem., Physics, 

Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge, La. 

Sampling and determining traces of silver 

in waters 
ESE JELLINEK, H.H.G., Clarkson Col. Tech., 

Potsdam, N.Y. Photodegradation of 

polymers in aqueous solutions 
ESE DURHAM, LEONARD, Eastern Illinois Univ., 

Charleston, III. Recovery of a 

stream system from cyanide poisoning 
TOX DUGAN, PATRICK R.. Col. Arts, Sci., 

Ohio State Univ., Columbus, Ohio 

Fish susceptibility to pesticides and 

detergents 



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WP-00794 SSS NOBLE, VINCENT E., Inst. Sci., Tech., 

Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Vertical current structure in the 
Great Lakes 
WP-00796 ESE ANDERSON, ALVIN G., St. Anthony Falls 

Hydraulic Lab., Univ. Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Flow conditions 
in soils and filters 
WP-00801 ESE EWING, BEN B., Col. Eng., Univ. Illinois, 

Urbana, III. Organo clay adsorptive 
reactions and water coagulation 
WP-00803 SSS ENGLISH, THOMAS S., Grad. Sch., Univ. 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. Distribution 
of demersal fishes in inshore waters 
WP-00805 BM SILVEY, JOSEPH K.G., North Texas State 

Univ., Denton, Texas Metabolism of 
the aquatic actinomycetes 
Southwest Water Works J 47, (No 3):19, 65. Causes of 

tastes and odors in water supplies. 
Trans Am Microscop Soc 85, (No 3):390, Jul 66. Slide cul- 
ture observations of two freshwater Actionomycetes. 
WP-00812 ESE MCLAUGHLIN, RONALD T., Sch. Eng., 

Massachusetts Inst. Technology, 
Cambridge, Mass. Optimal design of 
sewer and drainage systems 
WP-00814 ESE LEMLICH, ROBERT, Grad Sch., Univ. 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 
Non-foaming bubble fractionation 
WP-00815 ESE MATIJEVIC, EGON, Clarkson Col. Tech., 

Potsdam, N.Y. Flocculation of colloids 
suspended in water 
WP-00823 ESE SCHROEDER, HERBERT A., Oregon State Univ., 

Corvallis, Ore. Lignin sulfonates in 
pulp mill effluents 
WP-00824 BM NAKAMURA MITSURU, Col. Arts, Sci., Univ. 

Montana, Missoula, Mont. Detection and 
significance of enzootic water pollution 
Bull WHO 33, 1:63, 65. The ecology of schistosome 

transmission foci. 
Health Lab Sci 2:220, 65. Survival of Shigella in biological 
materials. 
WP-00828 SSS OLSON, THEODORE A., Sch. Pub. Hlth., 

Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Lake Superior oeriphyton in relation to 
water oualitv 
WP-00830 ESE PEARSON, ERMAN A., Col. Eng., Univ. 

California, Berkeley, Cal. UCB-Eng-2148 
Reaction kinetics of anaerobic fermentation 
svstems 
Air Water Pollut 9:439, 65. Kinetics and characteristics 
of volatile acid production in anaerobic fermentation 
processes. 
Univ California, Sanit Eng Res Lab, Rep 64-11, Berkeley, 
64. Kinetics and characteristics of multi-stage methane 
fermentation. 
WP-00834 ESE BRATER, ERNEST F., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Rainfall- 
runoff relations on urban and rural areas 
WP-00844 BM SCARPING, PASQUALE V., Col. Eng., 

Univ. Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Factors 
influencing survival of bacteria in sea water 
WP-00845 ESE MORGAN, JAMES J., Col. Eng., Univ. 

Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Flocculation 
behavior of dilute clay-polymer systems 
WP-00850 ESE TRAINOR, FRANCIS R., Col. Liberal Arts, 

Sci., Univ. Connecticut, Storrs, Conn. 
A study of Scenedesmus species in culture 



WP-00853 ESE BROWN, LEE F„ Col. Eng., Univ. Colorado, 

Boulder, Colo. The effect of porous 
structure on carbon activation 
WP-00854 ESE SPARKS, ROBERT Z., Case Inst. Tech., 

Cleveland, Ohio Emulsion breaking by 
coalescence on adsorbed films 
WP-00857 ESE BLUM, JOHN L., Col. Letters, Sci., 

Univ. Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wis. Response 
of tolerant organisms to specific pollutants 
WP-00858 SSS JEFFRIES, HARRY P., Grad. Sch. Oceanography, 

Univ. Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I. 
Chemical responses by marine organisms to stress 
Chesapeake Sci 7, (No 3) , 66. Internal condition of a dim- 
inishing blue crab population (Callinectes sapidus) . 
Ecology 47:477, 66. Partitioning of the estuarine environment 
by two species of cancer. 
WP-00860 NSS FAUST, SAMUEL D., Rutgers Univ., 

New Brunswick, N.J. Principles and 
applications of water chemistry — Conference 
WP-00871 ESE FISHER, GERALD T., Sch. Eng., Vanderbllt 

Univ., Nashville, Tenn. Oxygen 
absorption inorganic-aqueous mixtures 
WP-00886 ESE MANCY, KHALIL H., Sch. Pub. Hlth., Univ. 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Oxygen 
determination in natural waters and wastes 
Proc 152nd Am Chem Soc Mtg, Sympos Capacity of Streams 
to Assimilate Wastes, New York, Sep 66. Applications of 
laboratory model to study assimilative capacities of streams. 
Proc 21st Industr Waste Conf, Purdue Univ, May 66. A sim- 
plified physical model for studying assimilative capacity. 
WP-00898 NSS GUNNING, GERALD E., Ecological Soc. of 

America, New Orleans, La. Travel 
request U.S. participants to XVI, ICL, 
Poland 
WP-00899 NSS STUMM, WERNER, Grad. Sch. Arts, Sci., 

Harvard Univ., Cambridge, Mass. 
Symposium on concepts in water analysis 
WP-00900 NSS HOOD, DONALD W., Col. Arts, Sci., 

Texas AM Univ., College Station, Tex. 
Conference on pollution and marine ecology 
WP-00901 ESE LACKEY, JAMES B., Box 36, Melrose, Fla. 

Toxonomy and ecology of inshore marine 
microbiota 
Eng Progr Univ Florida 29, (No 3):1, 65. Taxonomy and 

ecology of the sulfur bacteria. 
J Water Pollut Contr Fed 37, (No 11):1536, 65. Effects of 
wood reduction waste pollution on the microbial ecology 
of a small creek. 
Quart J Florida Acad Sci 28, (No 3):307, 65. Ability of 

streams to assimilate wastes. 
Trans San Diego Soc Nat Hist 14, (No 2):9, 65. Ecology 
of the microbiota of San Diego Bay, California. 
WP-00902 SSS GREENFIELD, LEONARD J., Univ. Miami, 

Miami, Fla. Contribution of microbial 
calcification to sediments 
WP-00903 SSS PARKER, RICHARD A., Grad. Sch., Washington 

State Univ., Pullman, Wash. Some aspects 
of microcrustacean phosphate metabolism 
Ecology 46, (No 6):881, 65. Relationship between inorganic 
phosphate uptake and oxygen consumption by Daphnia 
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WP-00914 ESE WARD, JOHN C, Col. Eng., Colorado State 

Univ., Fort Collins, Col. Turbulent 
flow in porous media 



1895 



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BSS— alpha 2 



ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF INVESTIGATORS 



JR 



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WP-006*7 


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WP-00092 


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WP-00035 


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WP-OO508 


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0H-0O0A7 


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OH-000*0 


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WP-00143 


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WP-00631 


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RH-00002 


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EF-O0»*0 


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ES-00022 


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WP-00194 


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WP-00O05 


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WP-00549 


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WP-00755 


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EF-00302 


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AP-00402 



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RH-002** 


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WP-00231 


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AP-00307 


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OH-00099 


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WP-00685 


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EF-00491 


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WP-00029 


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AP-00421 


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EF-007A9 


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WP-00763 


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WP-00525 


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EF-00639 


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RH-00039 


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EF-00019 


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0H-00169 


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WP- 00008 


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EF-O0»38 


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OH-00116 


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WP-00212 


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WP-00793 


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WP-OOA22 


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AP-O0O*0 


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EF-08O27 


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WP-00190 


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WP-00792 


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WP-00339 


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ES-00068 


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OH-00055 


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EF-00332 


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RH-003*0 


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ERSHOFF B H 


RH-0S067 


ERSHOFF 6 H 


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AP-00182 


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WP-00447 


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WP-00018 


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EF-00099 


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WP-00024 


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EF-O0574 


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WP-00365 


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EF-00207 


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OH-0O067 


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AP-00004 


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WP-00023 


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AP-00325 


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WP-00871 


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K -00015 


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EF-00493 


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WP-00297 


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WP-00389 


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EF-00129 


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AP-00056 


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WP-00160 


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WP-00246 


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AP-00267 


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EF-00175 


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EF-00282 


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EF-00105 


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ES-00040 


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WP-00477 


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OH-00084 


FREUND H 


WP-00162 


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EF-00551 


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AP-00212 


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S -00085 


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AP-00319 


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WP-00692 


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WP-00583 


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WP-00636 


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WP-00211 


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WP-00187 


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EF-00211 


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WP-OO075 


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WP-00325 


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WP-00786 


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WP-00334 


GAUFIN ARDEN R 


WP-OOO03 


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S -O0060 


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OH-00209 


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RH-00173 


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EF-00717 


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WP-00616 


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WP-00743 


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EF-0O089 


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0H-00087 


GLORIG ARAM 


0H-0O200 


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WP-00&88 


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AP-00313 


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WP-00767 


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RH-002fe8 


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AP-0O012 


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EF-00314 


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0H-0OO03 


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AP-00044 


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OH-00061 


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OH-0OO79 


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WP-00214 


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RH-00105 


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EF-00653 


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RH-00305 


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EF-00101 


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EF-00206 



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HEWITT WILLIAM B 
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HISATSUNE I C 
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OH-00127 
RH-00005 
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WP-00502 
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AP-00415 
WP-00352 
AP-00089 
OH-00117 
AP-00230 
RH-O0210 
RH-00369 
OH-00178 
RH-O02O3 
EF-00141 
WP-00078 
WP-00136 
WP-00233 
WP-00133 
EF-00213 
AP-00380 
AP-00006 
AP-00233 
RH-00303 
AP-00312 
EF-00669 
WP-00249 
WP-00209 
WP-00165 
WP-00652 
WP-0OO40 
WP-00215 
WP-00624 
WP-00676 
OH-00015 
OH-00120 
EF-00447 
RH-00034 
AP-00018 
EF-00181 
RH-00096 
AP-00425 
EF-00746 
AP-00086 



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HOLTMAN D FRANK 
HOOD DONALD W 
HOPPER SAMUEL H 
HOPPERT C A 
HOPWOOD M L 
HOSTY THOMAS S 
HOWARTH JOHN L 
HOWARTH JOHN L 
HUMPHREY A E 
HUNT ELDRIDGE G 
HUPP EUGENE W 
HURD F K 
HYATT R E 
HYATT R E 
HYATT ROBERT E 
IDYLL C P 
INGLE LESTER 
INGOLS ROBERT S 
IRWIN W H 
ISSENBERG PHILLIP 
JACKSON DANIEL F 
JAY J M 
JAY JAMES M 
JAY JAMES M 
JEFFREY E A 
JEFFRIES HARRY P 
JELLINEK H H G 
JENKINS DANIEL E 
JENKINS DAVID 
JENNINGS WALTER G 
JENNINGS WALTER G 
JERIS JOHN S 
JEZESKI JAMES J JR 
JOFTES DAVID L 
JOHANSEN CARL A 
JOHNSON HAROLD D 
JOHNSON J W 
JOHNSON PAUL E 
JOHNSON PAUL E 
JOHNSTON FRANCIS J 
JOHNSTON HAROLD S 
JOLLEY HOMER R 
JONES G E 
JONES GALEN E 
JONES IVAN D 
JORDAN R C 
JORDON WILLIAM K 
JOSLYN MAYNARD A 
JUENGE ERIC C 
KAISER E R 
KAISER ELMER R 
KAISER ELMER R 
KAISER ELMER R 
KALTREIDER N L 
KAREL MARCUS 
KAUFMAN W J 
KAUFMAN WARREN J 
KAUFMAN WARREN J 
KAUFMANN OLIVER W 
KEHOE ROBERT A 
KERKER MILTON 
KERR RAYMOND E JR 
KETHLEY T W 
KETHLEY THOMAS W 
KINDIG JAMES K 
KING JOHN S 
KINTNER ROBERT C 
KIRK PAUL L 
KIRSCH EDWIN J 
K I SHABA A N 
KISTIAKOWSKY GEORGE B 
KLEHR EDWIN H 
KLIGMAN ALBERT M 
KLOCK J W 
KNOWLES JOHN H 
KOBAYASHI JUN 
KORNS R F 

KOSIKOWSKI FRANK V 
KOSIKOWSKI FRANK V 
KOTIN P 
KRAMER AMIHUD 
KRAMER AMIHUD 
KRANTZ G W 
KRENKEL PETER A 
KRONSTAD WARREN E 
KRUEGER ALBERT P 
KRUGER PAUL 
KUNTZ ROBERT R 
KUSCHNER MARVIN 
KUZMA JOSEPH F 
LA PIDUS JULES B 
LACKEY J B 
LACKEY J B 
LACKEY JAMES B 
LAMB JAMES C III 
LAMBERT JACK L 
LAMBERT JACK L 
LAMBERT R 
LAMER VICTOR K 
LAMMERS WILLIAM T 
LAMPE K F 
LAREW H G 
LARSON T E 
LARSON T E 
LARSON T E 
LARSON THURSTON E 
LAUDERDALE ROBERT A 
LAURENZI GUSTAVE A 
LAZAROFF NORMAN 
LECHEVALIER HUBERT A 
LEE G FRED 
LEE JONG S 
LEIBMAN KENNETH C 
LEMAISTRE CHARLES A 
LEMAISTRE CHARLES A 
LEMLICH ROBERT 
LEMLICH ROBERT 
LEONARD SHERMAN 
LEONE CHARLES A 



EF-0^52 
EF-00677 
WP-00900 
EF-00008 
WP-00252 
EF-00001 
EF-00047 
RH-00286 
RH-00404 
WP-00286 
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OH-00042 
OH-00043 
OH-00146 
WP-00400 
EF-00195 
WP-00188 
WP-00067 
EF-00722 
WP-00782 
EF-00274 
EF-00125 
EF-00421 
WP-00032 
WP-00858 
WP-00791 
0H-00070 
WP-00787 
EF-00092 
EF-00176 
WP-00577 
EF-00134 
RH-00243 
EF-00676 
EF-00226 
WP-00156 
EF-00222 
EF-00556 
RH-00206 
AP-00104 
RH-00252 
WP-00077 
WP-00650 
EF-00539 
AP-00112 
EF-00422 
EF-00080 
OH-00202 
AP-00013 
AP-00033 
EF-00530 
SW-00035 
AP-00113 
EF-00376 
RH-00079 
WP-00544 
WP-00658 
EF-00161 
AP-O0220 
AP-00048 
AP-00285 
OH-00004 
OH-00019 
AP-00065 
RH-00253 
WP-00366 
EF-00021 
WP-00760 
EF-004I3 
AP-O0349 
WP-00373 
OH-00108 
WP-00241 
OH-00046 
WP-00359 
RH-00101 
EF-00003 
EF-00459 
AP-00138 
EF-00227 
EF-00553 
EF-00119 
WP-00328 
EF-00629 
AP-00002 
ES-00047 
RH-00321 
RH-00047 
RH-00139 
EF-00185 
RH-00074 
WP-00224 
WP-00901 
WP-00569 
WP-00235 
WP-00326 
WP-00068 
WP-00240 
RH-00183 
AP-00028 
EF-00299 
WP-00093 
WP-00128 
WP-00270 
WP-00132 
WP-00467 
AP-00005 
WP-00769 
WP-00515 
WP-00371 
EF-00755 
OH-00124 
AP-00277 
AP-00278 
WP-00161 
WP-00814 
EF-00196 
RH-00063 



BSS-alpha 4 



LEPPER MARK H AP-00376 

NOV WP-00164 

LEvlNE BENJAMIN S AP-00176 

LtVINE BENJAMIN S WP-00305 

LI WEN HSIUNG WP-OOS75 

L1CHTENSTEIN E PAUL EF-00168 

L1DEN KURT RH-00091 

LIGGETT JAMES A WP-00605 

L1NCK ALBERT J EF-00193 

L1NNELL R H AP-00105 

LIPPOLD PAUL C EF-00171 

LISKA BERNARD J EF-00049 

LISTON J EF-00023 

LISTON JOHN EF-00S58 

LITSKY WARREN EF-OOOll 

L ITSKY WARREN EF-00121 

LOEMR RAYMOND C WP-00341 

LOFSTROM J E RH-00086 

LOHMANN WOLFGANG H RH-00197 

LONG K R OH-OOOll 

LONG RONALD AP-00323 

LONGREE KARLA EF-00245 

LORBER MORTIMER EF-00291 

LORBER MORTIMER ES-00061 

LOURIE IRVIN M OH-O0159 

LOVELL HAROLD L WP-00424 

LOVELOCK JAMES E AP-00308 

LOW MANFRED J D AP-00211 

LOW MANFRED J D ES-00088 

LOWNEY EDMUND D OH-00224 

LUDW1G H F WP-OO022 

LUEDER D R WP-00053 

LUH BOR S EF-00157 

LUNDGREN DONALD G WP-00548 

LYND J ES-00076 

MAAG D D EF-00187 

MACCOLLOM GEORGE B ES-00111 

MACCREADY PAUL B JR AP-003S9 

MACK P B RH-00004 

MACKEY JAMES P WP-00644 

MACK IN JOHN G EF-00621 

MACK1N JOHN G EF-00736 

MACK1NNEY G EF-00170 

MACNAB JAMES A EF-00246 

MAGNUSON HAROLD J OH-00167 

MAGUIRE HENRY C JR 0H-0014S 

MALINA JOSEPH F JR WP-00083 

MALKINSON FREDERICK D RH-00280 

MALLMANN W L EF-00012 

MALSKY STANLEY J RH-00137 

MANCY KHALIL H WP-00566 

MANCY KHALIL H WP-008B6 

MANDELKER DANIEL R EF-00596 

MANGANELLI RAYMOND M AP-00093 

NANGELSDORF PAUL C JR WP-00460 

MARCHELLO JOSEPH M WP-00323 

MARIENFELD CARL J ES-00082 

MARSH GEORGE L EF-00191 

MARSH GEORGE L EF-00537 

MARTELL ARTHUR E WP-00744 

MARTIN HARRY B OH-00150 

MARTIN J E JR OH-OO060 

MARUYAMA Y RH-00224 

MARVELL ELLIOT N WP-00079 

MASSEY LOUIS M JR EF-00490 

MASSHIKO CH1RA RH-00316 

MATELES RICHARD I EF-00294 

MATELES RICHARD I EF-00565 

MATELES RICHARD I EF-00694 

MATHERS ALEX P EF-00S88 

MATIJEVIC EGON WP-00815 

MATSUMURA FUMIO ES-00067 

MAUNDER D T EF-0012B 

MAXCY R BURT EF-00482 

MAXCY R BURT EF-0O739 

MAY DONALD S WP-00727 

MAYNARD ELLIOTT A EF-00223 

MCALISTER W B WP-00217 

MCCARROLL JAMES R AP-00266 

MCCARTHY JOSEPH L WP-00627 

MCCARTHY JOSEPH L WP-00628 

MCCARTHY P L WP-00483 

MCCARTY P L WP-00191 

MCCARTY P L WP-00192 

MCCARTY P L WP-00482 

MCCARTY PERRY L WP-00173 

MCCARTY PERRY L WP-00584 

MCCARTY PERRY L WP-00715 

MCCROAN JOHN E EF-00468 

MCCRONE W C AP-00133 

MCDONALD D B WP-0051B 

MCDONALD DONALD B WP-00740 

MCGAUHEY PERCY H WP-00207 

MCGAUHEY PERCY H WP-00396 

MCGAUHEY PERCY H WP-00S97 

MCGAUHEY PERCY H WP-00764 

MCINTOSH THOMAS H EF-00619 

MCINTOSH THOMAS H WP-00672 

MCKEE J E AP-00221 

MCKINNEY ROSS E EF-00549 

MCKINNEY ROSS E WP-00248 

MCLAUGHLIN RONALD T WP-00812 

MCLIMANS WILLIAM F ES-00030 

MCMILLAN GARNET! R AP-00390 

MCMULTY I B S -00076 

MCNULTY IRVING B AP-00025 

MCPHERSON MURRAY 8 WP-00526 

MCOUADE HENRY A RH-00347 

MEAD JERE AP-00229 

MEDLER JOHN T ES-00024 

MEEK PETER G ES-0OO32 

MEHR E WP-00507 

MEHR EMANUEL WP-00662 

MENCZER LEONARD F RH-00260 

MENEELY G R RH-00229 

MENZEL R WINSTON EF-00122 

MERCER W A K -00014 

MERCER WALTER A EF-00082 

MERCER WALTER A EF-0O108 

MER2 ROBERT C EF-00160 



METCALF DAVID R 
MET2GER IVAN 
MEYER KARL F 
MICHAEL I DOV 
M1CHELS0N IRVING 
MIETTINEN JORMA K 
MILLEMANN RAYMOND E 
MILLER CALIXTUS 
MILLER CHARLES S 
MILLER GENE W 
MILLER HARRY E 
MILLER L S 
MILLER VERNON L 
MIRSKY WILLIAM 
MITCHELL H L 
MITCHELL JOHN E 
MITCHELL ROGER S 
MITTLER SIDNEY 
MOHR JOHN L 
MOLOF ALAN 
MONESI VALERIO 
MOORE HILARY B 
MOORE RUFUS H 
MORGAN JAMES J 
MORGAN JAMES J 
MORGAN PAUL E 
MORGAN RUSSELL H 
MORGAN RUSSELL H 
MORITA RICHARD Y 
MORRILL SON I A D 
MORRIS J CARRELL 
MORRIS R L 
MORRIS ROBERT L 
MORRIS WILFORD H M 
MORRISON S M 
MORRISON S M 
MORRISON S M 
MORSE GUY E 
MOTLEY HURLEY L 
MOUNTNEY GEORGE J 
MUDD JOHN B 
MUELLER PETER 
MUNDT J ORVIN 
MURPHY NELSON F 
MURPHY SHELDON D 
MURPHY SHELDON D 
MURRAY FRANCIS E 
MYERS PHILLIP S 
NAGEL CHARLES W 
NAKAMURA MJTSURU 
NAU CARL A 
NAWAR WASSEF W 
NEAL ROBERT A 
NECE RONALD E 
NELSON B W 
NELSON BRUCE W 
NELSON F EUGENE 
NELSON NORTON 
NELSON NORTON 
MESBITT J B 
NEUHOLD JOHN M 
NEVINS RALPH G 
NEWLIN HARRISON E 
NEWSTEIN HERMAN 
NICKERSON THOMAS A 
NIXON JAMES C 
NOBLE VINCENT E 
NORDLIE FRANK G 
NORTH WHEELER J 
NORTON FRANCIS J 
OBRIEN EDWARD E 
OCONNOR DONALD J 
OCOMNOR DONALD J 
OGDEN EUGENE C 
OKUN DANIEL A 
OLCOTT HAROLD S 
OLSON H C 
OLSON NORMAN F 
OLSON THEODORE A 
OLSON THEODORE A 
OMELIA CHARLES R 

ONE ILL R D 
ONGERTH HENRY J 

ORDAL Z JOHN 

ORDIN LAWRENCE 

ORR C JR 

ORR CLYDE JR 

ORR CLYDE JR 

ORR CLYDE JR 

ORR CLYDE JR 

ORR CLYDE JR 

OSBORNE JAMES W 

OSER B L 

OSWALD WILLIAM J 

OWEN TERENCE C 

OWENS ROBERT G 

PACE DONALD M 

PACK MERRILL R 

PADY STUART M 

PANOFSKY HANS A 

PAPPENHAGEN JAMES M 

PARKER CECIL D 

PARKER PATRICK L 

PARKER RICHARD A 

PARMETER JOHN R JR 

PATRICK RUTH 

PATTERSON CLAIR C 

PAUL WILLIAM H 

PEARSON A M 

PEARSON E A 

PEARSON ERMAN A 

PEARSON JOHN E 

PEDERSON CARL S 

PENDLETON ROBERT C 

PENNEY GAYLORD W 

PEPPER JAMES H 

PERKINS EDWARD G 

PERMUTT SOLBERT 

PERRY H M JR 

PETERS MAX S 



OH-00213 

WP-00041 

EF-00192 

ES-OO037 

RH-00342 

RH-00307 

EF-00628 

AP-00362 

EF-00202 

AP-00276 

ES-00005 

EF-00115 

EF-00177 

AP-00366 

EF-00569 

EF-00288 

AP-00257 

RH-00140 

WP-00463 

WP-00690 

RH-00304 

WP-OOS73 

EF-00412 

WP-00732 

WP-00845 

WP-00196 

RH-0008S 

RH-00092 

WP-00443 

RH-00299 

WP-00073 

EF-00237 

WP-00378 

OH-00091 

EF-00507 

WP-00060 

WP-00679 

EF-00283 

AP-00119 

EF-00045 

AP-00071 

AP-00031 

EF-00598 

WP-00085 

ES-00084 

OH-00176 

AP-00291 

AP-00263 

EF-00066 

WP-00824 

0H-00115 

EF-00602 

ES-OO075 

WP-005 12 

WP-003S8 

WP-00651 

EF-00076 

ES-00014 

OH-00002 

WP^00151 

WP-00768 

OH-00007 

EF-00652 

AP-00335 

EF-00094 

OH-00092 

WP-00794 

WP-00530 

WP-00697 

AP-00432 

ES-00019 

WP-001<i2 

WP-00677 

AP-00081 

WP-00131 

EF-00600 

EF-OOlbS 

EF-00204 

WP-00320 

WP-00828 

WP-00382 

EF-00236 

WP-00105 

EF-00126 

AP-00213 

AP-00120 

AP-00127 

AP-00345 

AP-00351 

AP-00373 

OH-00130 

RH-00021 

EF-00025 

WP-00026 

RH-00379 

EF-00663 

AP-00092 

AP-00341 

AP-00080 

AP-00224 

WP-00137 

WP-00321 

WP-00204 

WP-00903 

AP-00409 

WP-00475 

AP-00271 

AP-00214 

EF-00212 

WP-00230 

WP-OO830 

AP-00134 

EF-00031 

RH-OO030 

OH-00094 

EF-00331 

EF-00225 

AP-00208 

OH-00106 

AP-00386 



PEYTON HAROLD R 


ES-00101 


PFEFFER JOHN T 


WP-00646 


PFITZER E A 


OH-00096 


PHINNEY HARRY K 


WP-00666 


PIHL ALEXANDER 


RH-00098 


PIPES W JR 


WP-00219 


PIPES WESLEY 


WP-00588 


PITTS JAMES N 


AP-00109 


PLUMMER GAYTHER L 


RH-001 1 7 


POMERAT C M 


AP-00054 


POPENOE H 


EF-00200 


POPPER HANS 


ES-00056 


POWERS J J 


EF-00093 


POWERS JOHN J 


EF-00349 


POWRIE WILLIAM D 


EF-00505 


POZNANSKI T W 


RH-00090 


PRATT HARLAN K 


EF-00156 


PRITCHARD AUSTIN w 


WP-00493 


PROPHET CARL W 


WP-00615 


PUDDU VITTORIO 


OH-00162 


PURDOM P w 


EF-00710 


PUTNAM HUGH D 


WP-00678 


OUINN JOHN A 


WP-00601 


OUON J I MM IE E 


AP-00039 


RAOFORD EDWARD P JR 


OH-00103 


RALLS JACK w 


EF-00611 


RAND MYRTON C 


WP-000 7A 


RANDLES CHESTER I 


WP-00147 


RANKIN J S JR 


RH-00073 


RANKIN JOHN 


OH-00044 


RAPPAPORT L 


EF-00061 


RATHBURN C B JR 


EF-00132 


RAY SAMMY M 


EF-00338 


RAY SAMMY M 


EF-00614 


REED RAYMOND E 


EF-00500 


REEDER MILTON E 


EF-00445 


REES DON M 


WP-00027 


REISH DONALD J 


WP-00531 


REMENCHIK ALEXANDER P 


RH-00283 


REMINGTON RICHARD D 


AP-00009 


REMSON IRWIN 


WP-00384 


RENN CHARLES E 


WP-0OO99 


RENZETTI ATTILIO JR 


OH-00205 


RICH SAUL 


AP-00393 


RICHARDS ALBERT G 


RH-001 13 


RIEHL HERBERT 


AP-00216 


RIPPERTON L A 


AP-00100 


RIPPERTON L A 


OH-00128 


RIPPERTON LYMAN A 


AP-00355 


ROGERS W E JR 


RH-00114 


ROHLICH GERARD A 


WP-00061 


ROHRER ROBERT H 


RH-00159 


ROKAW STANLEY N 


AP-00264 


ROSENTHAL HAROLD L 


RH-001 12 


ROSSANO AUGUST T JR 


AP-00336 


ROSSI HARALD H 


RH-00099 


ROTBLAT JOSEPH 


RH-00272 


R0UB1CEK C 


EF-0022B 


ROUSH GEORGE JR 


OH-00121 


RUGH ROBERTS 


RH-D0081 


RU6H ROBERTS 


RH-0OO97 


RUPERT CLAUD S 


RH-00221 


RUSTAGI J S 


OH- 00101 


RUSTAGI JAGDISH S 


OH-ooieo 


SADLER WALTER w 


EF-O0S44 


SAGE BRUCE H 


AP-00107 


SAGE BRUCE H 


AP-00108 


SAKAGUCHI GENJI 


EF-00361 


SALUNCHE D K 


EF-00449 


SAMITZ M H 


OH-00034 


SAMPLES WILLIAM R 


WP-00227 


SANDERSON W W 


WP-00330 


SANDINE WILLIAM E 


EF-00069 


SARKANEN KYOSTI V 


AP-00363 


SAWYER C N 


WP-00064 


SAWYER C N 


K -00075 


SAX KARL 


RH-00294 


SAX N IRVING 


RH-00412 


SCARP INO PASOUALE V 


WP-00844 


SCHANDERL SIGMUNO H 


EF-00531 


SCHEUER PAUL J 


EF-00224 


SCHLiCHTING HAROLD E JR 


AP-00137 


SCHLICHTING HAROLD E JR 


WP-00604 


SCHNEIDER MARTIN 


RH-00078 


SCHNEIDER NATHAN J 


EF-00309 


SCHOOLER KERMIT K 


EF-006S4 


SCHRAMM LEE C 


EF-00483 


SCHROEOER HERBERT A 


WP-00823 


SCHROEPFER G J 


WP-00205 


SCHROEPFER G J 


WP-00225 


SCHROEPFER GEORGE J 


EF-00395 


SCHUCK EDWARD A 


AP-00289 


SCHULTZ H W 


EF-00028 


SCHULTZ HAROLD W 


EF-004 78 


SCHULTZ HAROLD W 


EF-00766 


SCHUMAN LEONARD M 


OH-00051 


SCHWAB G 


EF-00189 


SCHWEIGERT B S 


EF-00284 


SCOTT DAVID R 


WP-00720 


SCRIMSHAW NEVIN S 


EF-00S54 


SEADERS JOHN 


WP-00684 


SEARLES SCOTT JR 


RH-00300 


SEDLANDER NORMAN R 


EF-00502 


SELIKOFF IRVING J 


OH-00I92 


SELIKOFF IRVING J 


OH-00223 


SELLECK ROBERT E 


WP-00649 


SELTERS WELDON 


OH-OO0B8 


SELTSER RAYMOND 


RH-00075 


SERA K 


EF-00276 


SERBER WILLIAM 


RH-00045 


SHAPIRO JACOB 


RH-00276 


SHAPIRO JOSEPH 


WP-00199 


SHAPIRO JOSEPH 


WP-00771 


SHAPIRO MAURICE A 


RH-00322 


SHAPIRO MAURICE A 


WP-004 73 


SHAW DON H 


RH-00403 


SHELDON JOHN M 


AP-00001 


SHELLENBERGER THOMAS E 


ES-00103 


SHERMAN MARTIN 


EF-00197 


SHULMAN HERMAN L 


AP-00246 



BSS— alpha 5 



SIEBURTH JOHN H 
SIGLER WILLIAM F 
SIGLER WILLIAM F 
SILVERMAN LESLIE 
SILVERMAN LESLIE 
SILVEY JOSEPH K 
SILVEY JOSEPH PC G 
SIMMERS M H 
SINGLEY JOHN E 
SKRINDE R T 
SKRINDE ROLF T 
SPCRINDE ROLF T 
SLANETZ L W 
SLANETZ LAWRENCE W 
SLOAN KENNETH W 
SLOBODIAN EVELYN 
SMALL LAWRENCE F 
SMALLEY EUGENE B 
SMERDON ERNEST T 
SMISSMAN EDWARD E 
SMITH EDWIN E 
SMITH F WALTON 
SMITH GEORGE E 
5MITH GEORGE E 
SMITH H SIDWELL 
SMITH LLOYD L JR 
SMITH PAUL H 
SMITH ROGER P 
SMITH ROSS W 
SMITH W W 
SMITH WALDO E 
SMITH WALTER T JR 
SMYTH HENRY F JR 
SNEGIREFF L S 
SNOEYENBOS GLENN H 
SNYDER HARRY E 
SNYDER ROBERT 
SNYDER WILLIAM C 
SOLOMON A PC 
SPARKS ALBERT K 
SPARKS ALBERT K 
SPARKS ROBERT E 
SPECK MARVIN L 
SPECK MARVIN L 
SPEECE RICHARD E 
SPEIDEL CARL C 
SPENCER HERTA 
SPERLING FREDERICK 
SPERTI GEORGE S 
SPICER WILLIAM S JR 
SPLITTSTOESSER DON F 
5PP.OUL OTIS J 
STAHL JOHN B 
STARKEY ROBERT L 
STARKMAN ERNEST S 
STEDELMAN WILLIAM J 
STEIN MYRON 
STEIN MYRON 
STEIN MYRON 
STEINBERG MARVIN P 
STELSON T E 
STEMMER KLAUS L 
STEPHENS B G 
STERLING THEODORE D 
STERMITZ FRANK R 
STEVENS BENJAMIN H 
STEWART G F 
STEWART G F 
STEWART GEORGE F 
STEWART GEORGE F 
STEWART KENNETH C 
STEWART WILLIAM S 
STOB MARTIN 
STOKES J L 
STORER J B 
STOTZKY GUENTHER 
STOTZKY GUENTHER 
STRAIN WILLIAM H 
STRANDBERG C A 
STREET JOSEPH C 
STRICKLAND JOHN D H 
STRONG ANN L 
STRONG DOROTHY H 
STROSS RAYMOND G 
STUMBO CHARLES R 
STUMM WERNER 
STUMM WERNER 
STUMM WERNER 
STUMM WERNER 
STUMM WERNER 
SUBLETTE JAMES E 
SUGGS CHARLES W 
SUGIYAMA HIROSHI 
SUNDERLAND J EDWARD 
SUSKIND RAYMOND R 
SUSSMAN VICTOR H 
SUTTKUS ROYAL D 
SYMONS J M 
SYMONS J M 
TABACHNICK JOSEPH 
TAFT CLARENCE E 
TAMAOKI BUN ICHI 
TARASSUK NIKITA P 
TAUBER OSCAR E 
TAYLOR GEORGE S 
TEBBENS B D 
TEBBENS BERNARD D 
TEICHNER WARREN H 
TESTERMAN MAURICE K 
THIEDE WALTER H 
THIENES CLINTON H 
THOMAS EDWARD D 
THOMAS HAROLD A JR 
THOMAS HAROLD A JR 
THOMAS JEROME F 
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TORGESON DEWAYNE C WP-00750 

TOWNSEND CHARLES T EF-00130 

TRAINOR FRANCIS R WP-00850 

TRAMA FRANCESCO 8 WP-00059 

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TUCKER JOHN S ES-00039 

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WARD JOHN C WP-00528 

WARD JOHN C WP-00914 

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WINKELSTEIN WARREN JR AP-00181 

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WOLTZ SHREVE S AP-00041 

WOOD EDWARD J F WP-00709 

WOOD T H RH-00063 

WOOLES WALLACE R RH-00318 

WRIGHT G W AP-00218 

WRIGHT JOHN C WP-00125 

WRIGHT SYDNEY E EF-00258 

WYATT J P OH-00065 

YAMAMOTO HARRY Y EF-00352 

YANG HOYA Y EF-00022 

YATES WESLEY E AP-00292 

YEVDJEVICH VUJICA M WP-00115 

YOUNG ELLEN A RH-00334 

YOUNT JAMES L WP-00216 

ZAVON MITCHELL R E3-00048 

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ZIEMINSKI STEFAN A WP-00562 

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